Locally sourced and handcrafted, these souvenirs are proudly Carolina-made.
Callie’s Charleston Biscuits, Charleston
Carrie Morey honors her mother, Callie, with every handmade biscuit that comes out of the oven. Stop by the Hot Little Biscuit shops on King Street and at City Market, or order some to heat up at home.
Carolina Custom Canoe Paddles, Walterboro
James Herndon custom fits each canoe or stand-up paddleboard paddle that comes out of his shop. Exotic hardwoods and meticulous detailing give each a stunning finish.
Hook N Hide, Charleston
Outdoorsman Tom Mauldin turned his love of fishing into wearable art. The mix of brass, copper, gold and pewter he uses gives each belt buckle a rustic patina that changes over time.
Kudzu Kabin Designs, Walhalla
Greeting cards by Nancy Basket pay tribute to her Cherokee ancestry. Each piece of fiber art is created from kudzu leaves and tells a story that honors the culture’s oral tradition.
Oak Leaf Pottery, Spartanburg
The earthy look of Allison Gross’ rusticware comes from the red iron-oxide clay, the material she uses to stain the pots and the organic designs and textures she adds.
Red Forgeworks, Timmonsville
Reed Moore’s classic blacksmith shop forges heirloom-quality knives, tools and furniture. His kitchen-knife collection includes the fillet knife, a staple of Carolina living.
We Took to the Woods, Greenville
The inventory at this great gift shop changes with the season. Their hand-poured bark collection candles change too, with subtle scents that range from a fresh-cut pine tree to the first blooms of spring.
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