2015 Commercial Exhibits

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2015 Commercial Exhibits

#951 – Southern Crosses, Pawleys Island, SC
Handmade oyster shell crosses and handstamped jewelry.


#952 – From the Beach, Sea Glass Jewelry, Charlevoix, MI

Pendants and bracelets made from sea glass and charms. Each piece is unique. The sea glass is at least 30 years old.

#953 – WoodenBoat Publications, Inc. – Brooklin, ME

For over 30 years WoodenBoat Publications has provided readers with a dynamic editorial environment that combines emerging technologies with traditional methods of boat design, construction and repair.

#954 – Susan’s Living Art, LLC – Manning, SC
Nautical themed air plant arrangements made with wood, stone and clay accessories.

Duwel Photography

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

#956 – Nathan Craig Designs, Florence, SC
Aluminum sculptures.

#957 – Eaton’s Antique Art & Images, Calabash, NC
Original coast survey charts, maps, original maritime art prints and advertising

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#958 – 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.

#959 – Big Ship Salvage, Pauline, SC
Brass ship lights, compasses, telegraphs, painted wood paddles, flags and nautical antiques.

#960 – VALUES from ROOTS 

Elegant and Earthy, one-of-a kind, hand-crafted artworks on reclaimed wood, (or canvas, if preferred), and are the perfect gift for all who love the South Carolina Coast and the Low Country Lifestyle.

#961 – Kalbarri Picture Frames 
Nautical art with reclaimed and rustic timber frames.


#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 – Rick and Billy’s Carvings and More, N. Myrtle Beach, SC

Wood carvings cut from cedar and cypress. All carvings are created with a chainsaw and grinder. Their primary specialty is saltwater fish and other sea creatures. They also make custom signs, tables, bar tops, mantles, and more. Onsite wood burning and routing also available for custom signs and gifts.

#964 – Gary Roberts Artist 
Acrylic paintings on recycled wood and gallery canvas.

Jim Bircher

#965 – Bircher Incorporated, Morehead City, NC

Beaufort Naval Armorers has been making manufacturing custom machined bronze and stainless steel Signal Cannons and Replica English Swivel Guns for more than 25 years. Signal salute guns will be displayed on the steamship, ELLIE.

#966 – Iris Marie Jewelry, Chareston, SC
Handmade shell jewelry, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, anklets and rings.

#967 – John E. Bazemore Arts and Crafts, Georgetown, SC
Hand carved and painted fish and paddles by Georgetown local, John Bazemore.

#968 – Capt. Charlie Owens Pens 
Nautical themed writing pens, custom crafted with hand turned, reclaimed woods with a story.

Coastal Creations

#969 – Coastal Creations, Beaufort, SC
Handcrafted and often upcycled nautical art.

Ships of Glass 2014

#970 – Ships of Glass, Inc., Tampa, FL

Replicas of sailing vessels with sails cut from bottles, glasses and stained glass. Our inventory includes sun catchers, night lights, finials for lamps, fan pulls and trophies. Ships of the line include the CITY OF GEORGETOWN, PRIDE OF BALTIMORE II, CONSTITUTION, and SPIRIT OF SOUTH CAROLINA as well as many others from around the United States and world.

#971 – John Donehue Jr. &  Ideas in Metal! 
Metal sculpture shrimp, flowers, birds, etc.

#972 – Goldfinch Winslow LLC, Murrells Inlet, SC

Goldfinch Winslow are Attorneys who focus on Maritime Law. Tom Winslow has an L.L.M in Maritime Law from the College of Charleston and has published several articles in Maritime literature. Some practice area’s are marine transportation, navigation, commerce, shipping, salvaging, and the overall rules of marine vessel operation.

Steve M Jones

#973 – Jones Custom Knives, Marion, SC
Stainless steel oyster knives and hunting with handles made from native and exotic woods and with leather sheaths.

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

Black river Trading Company

#975 – Black River Trading Company, Pawleys Island,  SC
Custom wooden fishing rods, duck calls, knives, and oyster knives

#976 – Christopher John Photography, Pawleys Island, SC
Christopher John exhibits local nature/landscape photographs, nautical photography, canvas prints and other small nautical handmade items.

#977 – John Flagg, Pawleys Island, SC
Wooden wall hangings and painted fish made from palm pods.

#978 – Blue Fuse Glass Works, Pawleys Island, SC
Handmade fused glass art, jewelry and recycled glass.

#979 – David Marks, Conway, SC
Boat models, nautical pictures, old, beautifully framed, rare booklets on steamships.

#980 – Swamp Fox Art Gallery, Murrells Inlet, SC
Marsh and sea landscapes: Featuring wooden boats, shrimp boats, and scenes, sailing ships, and underwaterships.

#981 – The Painted Mermaid, Southport, NC
Hand carved mermaids, nautical quote canvases and seaglass jewelry.

#982 – The Golden Cleat, Thousand Island Park, NY
Vintage nautical chart pillows (featuring coastal South Carolina including Georgetown) and nautically-themed fine jewelry featuring original handcrafted designs in sterling silver and 14K gold.

#982 – Asher Robinson Folk Art, Pawleys Island, SC
Folk sportfish and sailboats by local artist Asher Robinson.

#983 – David Lake Wood Carvings, Pawleys Island, SC
Painted sea life wood carvings – fish, alligators, sea turtles – and nautical signs.

#984 – Eddie lake Cypress Company 1905

Eddy Lake was originally a lumber mill on Big Bull Creek. Products crafted from pine & cypress recovered from Eddy Lake include hand-crafted cutting boards, paper towel holders, stools, benches and tables. Three benches are used in the SC Maritime Museum.

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