Brooklyn has had a pretty epic history when it comes to making things. The borough was a manufacturing hub in the 19th and early 20th centuries—churning out sugar, wallpaper, synthetic dyes, pianos and even naval ships. While many of those industries left Kings County long ago, Brooklyn has in recent years become synonymous with artisanal goods. The talented New Yorkers in this gallery produce the likes of tea, wooden cutting boards, holistic skin-care products and leather belts—made in Brooklyn and enjoyed around the world. Click through this gallery to discover some of our favorites.