Hey y’all, last week’s blog highlighted some of the unique treasures I discovered on my recent trip to Georgia and South Carolina. You won’t even have to leave the house to purchase original jewelry, clothing, and accessories direct from the Deep South–by way of the internet!
My new favorite store
Click here to find Spartina 449.
Old Town Engravers
If you love personalized jewelry, these spectacular mother-of-pearl medallions from Old Town Engravers will delight you, and the prices will blow your mind. (Three initial
Creator Tara Warthen says the merging of two quintessential southern staples– a strand of pearls and a monogram–are what inspired her to start her engraving business in 2018. Her jewelry is advertised in Southern Living’s “South’s Best” issue.
Click here to find Old Town Engravers.
little fish BOATEAK
Lissy Rawl is owner and designer of Little Fish BOATEAK. Using unique designs and unexpected textiles, Lissy creates nautically-inspired accessories that are absolutely singular.
Click here to find Little fish BOATEAK.
The Paris Market and Brocante
When you walk into this century-old building located in Old Town Savannah, you feel as though you’ve entered some upscale Parisian flea market. Charming accessories, home goods, jewelry, perfumes, lotions, and soaps await–upstairs and down. Take a look.
Click here to find the Paris Market and Brocante.
And I couldn’t leave South Carolina without a little souvenir of my own. Here’s what I brought home:
So long, sweet South. I hope we meet again…real soon!