For the Ocean Lover

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For the Ocean Lover

from 95.00

What’s Included:

  • Alchemy and the Sea Tybee Island Sand Studs

  • Winslette Designs Savannah Cream Oyster Necklace

  • mmb by hand Charley Harper Sand Dollars Open Wide Pouch

  • Salacia Salts Shoreline Salt Soak


This gift set is a breath of fresh salt air For the Ocean Lover. Complete with a Savannah Cream Oyster Necklace by Winslette Designs and Tybee Island Sand Studs from Alchemy and the Sea, the handmade jewelry is complimented with an mmb by hand Open-Wide Pouch, featuring a sand dollar pattern made of thoughtfully sourced, medium-weight, organic canvas cotton. With a variety of uses, the open-wide zip top allows for easy access, while the boxed, flat bottom helps keep it upright. After a coastal-inspired, fashionable day on the town, come home and relax in the bath, with the therapeutic comfort of Shoreline Salt Soak from Salacia Salts. Made in Savannah, with sea elements of sun-dried driftwood, sea salt and kelp, soothe tired muscles and soften skin.

Also available packaged in a beautiful reclaimed wood box.

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Ship Your Gift in True Make Savannah Style - Reclaimed Wood Story
This box was once a house. In 1873, old-growth timbers were used to build two matching Victorian homes on Anderson Street in Savannah, Georgia. In 2018, these historic beauties were slated for demolition, but were spared from the landfill and reclaimed by Re:Purpose Savannah. We lovingly named them The Anderson Twins. Historians dug up their story, un-builders saved their materials, and craftsfolk transformed them into new, living works of historic beauty. Read the whole story at repurposesavannah.org/andersontwins.