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Daufuskie Island Historic Vacation Rental – The Oyster Cottage on Airbnb

Daufuskie Island Historic Vacation Rental – The Oyster Cottage on Airbnb Here’s your chance!  Daufuskie Island now has an amazingly quaint and private vacations rental in the historic district.  This is one of the few Gullah built homes remaining that were built for families working during the height of Daufuskie’s famous oyster canning industry circa […]

Chase Allen his Daufuskie Island Iron Fish Gallery mentioned in Mens Journal

Daufuskie Island, South Carolina by Adrienne Jordan: For a weekend retreat in South Carolina, take an hour and a half ferry ride from Hilton Head to Daufuskie Island. A total of 10 square miles and no cars allowed on-island, golf carts are used as a primary mode of transport. When you’re not carting around buying […]

Artisan Chase Allen Writes About His American Made Winning Experience

Winning the Martha Stewart American Made Audience Choice award was so thrilling. There were the obvious perks, such as the $10,000 grand prize, the all-expenses paid trip to New York City, the chance to meet Martha Stewart and tour her headquarters, the heightened exposure for my handcrafted coastal metal sculptures. But upon arrival to the awards weekend, I soon realized that […]

Black Friday American Made Discount – One time per year!

Clearly I am not able to keep up with the large retailers during the Holiday season. However, the Christmas Holidays bring in so many orders in a short period of time that it allows me to offer a 10% off three day “group” discount which am always thankful to offer.

Starting tomorrow, everything on my website is offered at 10% off the retail price. This discount will only last through “Cyber Monday” and this is the only time of year where I am able to offer this discount. I hope everyone wanting to give an original, handcrafted gift this year is poised to take advantage of this annual holiday special. Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas everyone! – Chase Allen

Ocean Outpost Blogs About Daufuskie Island

Ocean Outpost Blogs About Daufuskie Island   Recently, John Flanagan from Ocean Outpost visited Daufuskie Island and wrote a nice blog about his visit.  Take a second to see what this first-timer to Daufuskie had to say about his day on our Island. http://oceanoutpost.com/daufuskie-island-out-of-the-main-stream/   Here is an excerpt from the blog: We went to […]

Finally a Water Taxi from Bluffton to Daufuskie Island!

Are you looking for a private water taxi from Bluffton to Daufuskie Island? If the answer is yes, call Captain Chris Shoemaker at 843-304-2878. Captain Shoemaker is the owner of May River Excursions and where he offers fishing charters and dolphin watching charters in addition to the water taxi to Daufuskie. You can visit www.mayriverexcursions.com or email Captain Chris at mayriverexcursions@gmail.com.

Ask Captain Chris about lining up a golf cart rental for your 4 hour self guided tour. A day on Daufuskie is a day you will never forget. Cart yourself to view the historic arhitecture, museum or other landmarks. Pack a lunch or plan your trip so that you can dine at Marshside Mama’s, The Daufuskie Crab Company, or Eagles Nest. Of course stop by to see Daufuskie’s island artisans Chase Allen of The Iron Fish Gallery or Lancy Burn of Silver Dew Pottery.

The Iron Fish Gallery’s Coastal Sculptures and Beach House Decorations on PINTEREST!

The Iron Fish Gallery’s Coastal Sculptures and Beach House Decorations on PINTEREST!

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lobster art

Lobster sculpture handcrafted by metal artist /coastal sculptor Chase Allen

2011 Iron Fish/Volunteers In Medicine Christmas Ornaments On Daufuskie Island

The 5th Annual, 2011 Iron Fish/Volunteers In Medicine Christmas Ornaments have finally made it back to Daufuskie Island.  The Volunteers in Medicine fund raiser ornaments are made by Chase Allen from The Iron Fish Gallery and hand decorated by the Daufuskie Island Elementary School students.  After the students decorate the ornaments,  all 200 colorful swimmers […]