If you’ve heard of Newel Props, you know how valuable their services are. If you haven’t, let me inform you on this incredibly unique resource.

Newel Props, formerly called Newel, is a Prop House, providing you with an impressively wide range of props for any photoshoot you could think of. Since Dyann Klein joined the Newel Props team as President—after having previously owned Props For Today and PropNSpoon—the company has propelled forward even further, expanding their prop selection to meet your every need.

With their expansion to a prop house—80,000 square feet in size residing in Long Island City and Manhattan—Newel Props has the resources to aid you in any photography venture. They began collecting antiques from around the world in 1939, the likes of which range from cave-man to contemporary, and, with the addition of Klein on the Newel team, have since developed a stacked collection of props in the mid-century and contemporary divisions as well. Even more so, because of the company’s rapidly expanding inventory, they acquire new contemporary merchandise every month.

While Newel Props has it all when it comes to props, their true value lays in their flexibility with pricing—which has reduced significantly in recent times—and their willingness to help you work with whatever budget is available to you. All it takes is one look at the home page to understand this, as the headline reads, “We make budgets work. Just ask.”

Their services also include full-time repair and refinisher on props, to ensure that everything you receive is of the utmost quality. Newel Props is more than capable of providing you with the help you need, with dedication clearly shown through their willingness to search far and wide for the perfect props, their speedy and efficient communication with customers, and their highly knowledgable staff.

Their new website, launched in March of 2017, includes a full list of inventory, with pictures that display the impressive, professional quality of props. Take a look at Newel Props and don’t let this awesome resource pass you by for another second.

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