2020 was in interesting year to say the least. We are jumping into 2021 with the launch of our new Charleston Series. The company has seen tremendous growth in the Lowcountry the last couple years. This series is inspired by iconic Charleston places and figures.
Our newest product line, The Candle Glass, allows the consumer to enjoy their candle and then reuse the glass to enjoy their favorite beverage. It is a 2-in-1 combo that is a proven hit in the Charleston community. Read below about each design.
Arguably the most recognizable landmark in Charleston, the Ravenel Bridge connects downtown Charleston to Mount Pleasant and offers some of the best views in the city. Whether it is a sunrise run or a sunset stroll, these views never get old.
The turtle design pays homage to the Loggerhead Sea Turtle, the South Carolina state reptile and a frequent visitor to our area. Loggerheads nest on our beaches May through October. Make sure to visit the South Carolina Aquarium and see their Sea Turtle Care Center to learn more about these incredible creatures.
The Rainbow Row
Rainbow Row, thirteen colorful historic homes along East Bay Street is definitely a sight to see in Charleston! These homes have been around since 1740 and are a common location for engagement or wedding photos. From here, it is just a short walk down East Bay St to the Battery to take in a breath-taking Charleston sunset.
The Horse & Carriage
Take a carriage tour through the streets of downtown to learn about Charleston's history, the Colonial way. Knowledgeable guides will entertain and educate you on the hundreds of years of Charleston's history. Horse and carriages can be seen and heard throughout downtown any given day.