A True Craftsman in the Spotlight

A good friend of mine Lee Tigner, owner of Early American Furnishings, sent me a video about a woodworking contest he had recently entered.  This was for the 2011 Furniture Design Company furniture contest, in its 18th year.  He did not win; however, he received an honorable mention.  He is originally from Charleston, SC, and now resides in Dawsonville, Georgia, outside of Atlanta.  It amazes me what he is able to create using reclaimed old growth lumber, with the result being hand-made home furnishings.  I feel the work he is doing is a true trade that has long been forgotton.  I had to share with you folks.  This is true craftsmanship at its finest.


Sinker Cypress Hope Chest from Lee Tigner on Vimeo.



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Just Listed! - 1183 Fort Lamar Rd - James Island

1183 Fort Lamar We just listed this wonderful waterfront home on James Island.  A close drive to downtown Charleston and Folly Beach, this is your quiet getaway down a quiet street and having over 2 acres.

The home is located on secessionville creek with a private dock and boat lift. It is a 4 bedroom, 3 bath home that has all the luxury you are looking for in a home at this price. A custom kitchen that is great for the cook in the family, and it opens up to the great room perfect for entertaining. There is a large screened porch that looks over the pool and water/marsh. As soon as you walk in the front door you will feel right at home. The master bedroom has panoramic views with a sitting area and fireplace and…

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