2019 Commercial Exhibits

#951 – Watford’s Woodworks, Darlington, SC
Assorted handcrafted wood items such as furniture, lighthouses, animal designs, home decor, and many other items. Some are burned, stained, or painted as a finishing touch. All burned and stained outdoor items are coated and weathered sealed.

#952 – SouthernWood Paddle Company, Charlotte, NC
Canoe, Greenland kayak, and SUP paddles made from recovered sinker cypress.

#953 – Winyah Designs, Georgetown, SC
Hand collected oyster shell and driftwood home decor items.

#954Duwel Photography, LLC, Lexington, SC 
Lowcountry photographic art. Photographs, framed, matted and giclee canvas.

#955Eaton’s Antiques, Art, & Images, Calabash, NC 
Original coast survey charts, maps, original maritime art prints and advertising.

#956C19 Handmade, Georgetown, SC 
Anchor, starfish, seahorse and seashell pendants and charms hand fabricated in patina brass and sterling silver. Combined with pearls, semi-precious stones, leather, and sterling silver chain.

#957Paintings by Sande, Pawleys Island, SC 
Paintings of South Carolina sea and shore animals and the Gullah culture.

#958Capt. Charlie Custom Pens, Florence, SC 
Nautical themed writing pens, custom crafted with hand turned, reclaimed woods, bottle stoppers and duck calls.

#959 – Sea Spirits, Brunswick, GA
Oyster Shells that have been modified and hand carved to represent an “old man face” on each shell. Each has a hang cord and a tag explaining the legend of SEA SPIRITS.

#960 – The Old Marlinspike, Sneads Ferry, NC

Old time sailor’s marlinspike fancywork.

#961 – Big Ship Salvage, Milan, OH

Salvaged brass and copper nautical lights and decor.

#962 – Carolina Ships in Bottles, Charlotte, NC

Handcrafted historic and regional ships and lighthouses in glass bottles. These are made using the traditional “insert through the mouth” method.

#963 – Goat Island Treasure Boxes, Isle of Palms, SC

One of a kind nautically themed wooden boxes. Each work of art is signed, numbered and dated.

#964 – Caines Boys Decoys, Georgetown, SC

Model wooden boats and duck decoys carved by local sportsmen Roy and Jerry Caines, grandsons of legendary decoy carver, Hucks Caines. Art prints and the book, “A Caines Family Tradition”, by Jerry Wayne Caines will also be available.

#965 – Knot & Rust, Pawleys Island, SC

Metal art and driftwood sulptures, oyster knives.

#966 – Walter Bunso, Jacksonville, FL

Hand crafted canoe, kayak and SUP paddles. Paintings , acrylic, and watercolor.

#967 – Walker Hussey Knives, Mt. Pleasant, SC

Handmade oyster and outdoor knives handcrafted with recycled aterials and exotic woods. Knives that just work.

#968 – Mauswares, Hollywood, SC

Handcarved ornaments with nautical and beach designs.

#969 – Sherlock Art, Georgetown, SC

Original photography and artwork featuring nautical, maritime, and river themes.

#970 – Black Crow Pottery, Rock Hill, SC

Functional foodsafe pottery with driftwood and leather handles.

#971 – Glazed Expressions, Rock Hill, SC

Handmade ceramic art both functional and artistic with a beach theme.

#972 – Rick & Billys Carvings & More, N. Myrtle Beach, SC

Chainsaw carved fish out of cedar and cypress. Driftwood sailboat wallhangings and nautical handbags.

#973 – David Lake Wood Carvings, Pawleys Island, SC

Painted sea life wood carvings – fish, alligators, sea turtles – and nautical signs.

#974 – Fishing on Jupiter, Charleston, SC

Contemporary artist Kyle Brown creates original art silkscreen prints and watercolor paintings of fish, fishing lures,
oysters, insects, and planets.

#977 – Op Art Sandblasted Glass and Mirror, Little River, SC

Nautically themed designs sandblasted on any kind of glass and mirror.

#978 – Carolina Custom Canoe Paddles, Walterboro, SC
Handcrafted canoe, kayak and stand up paddles made from exotic hardwoods.

#979 – Asher Robinson Folk Art, Pawleys Island, SC

Folk sportfish and sailboats by local artist Asher Robinson.

#980 – Jones Custom Knives, Lake Toxaway, NC

Stainless steel oyster knives and hunting with handles made from native and exotic woods and with leather sheaths.

#981 – Sterling Graham Collection, Clarkrange, TN

Vintage window sashes with vintage boat decals. Teak benches and coffee tables.

#982Blue Whale Art, Pawleys Island, SC

Woodcarvings and acrylic paintings of herons, egrets, shorbirds and ducks. Bill Sheehan’s career with Santee Cooper put him in or on the water in Georgetown County and quick sketches then became art in retirement.

#983 – John Tanner Calls, Hemingway, SC

Duck & turkey calls made from ancient cypress carbon dated at 55,000 years. Pine needle baskets featuring wood burned river and sea life scenes.

#984 – Amazing Journey, Inc., Georgetown, SC

Nautical wood crafts created by the Sheriff’s Reentry Services (RES) program. Sales revenue is used to help sustain the program by providing trainers, purchasing training materials, software and equipment.

#987 – Siau Designs, Georgetown, SC

Jewelry, home decor & ornaments made with oyster shells and sea shells.

#988 – Boat Used Part Search (BUPS), Mount Pleasant, SC

BUPS is a free search service for US boaters limited to: used, re-built, clearance, NOS & vintage boat parts.

#989 – Sunbrella, Glen Raven, NC

Sunbrella is the world’s premier performance fabric for contract, furniture, awning and marine markets. Known for its superior fade resistance, easy clean ability, and beautiful styling. Sunbrella is a first choice for performance fabrics that can be used indoors and out.

#990 – Charleston Rocking Boats, Georgetown, SC

#991 – The Nantucket Bagg Co., Nantuckett, MA

The world’s only fully reversible and convertible tool tote. It’s a tote bag and a backpack, it’s a tool roll and a tool rack.

#992 – Steven Vereen, Murrells Inlet, SC

River bottom (cypress and pine) and reclaimed wood furniture and accessories, including tables and oyster tables, benches, swings, pet beds, hanging beds, cutting boards, etc…

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