"I want a life of charm and grace. I'm going back to Charleston, back where I belong."
The Story Behind This Tile
Such classic words from an all-time classic film! This line, spoken by Rhett Butler in the seminal final scenes of "Gone with the Wind" speaks to the charm of lowcountry life as a haven. While said in particular context, its sentiment is felt in the hearts of so many who live and visit Charleston, SC.
Release Date:April 25, 2019
Made by hand with USA-sourced copper, glass enamel, and a custom wood box frame.
- akin to the size of a novel.
CARE: Enamel artwork is best polished with household glass cleaner and a soft cloth.
DISPLAYING: These delicate yet durable artworks are made to last, resist fading, shine under light, and fire up a meaningful conversation. Spiritiles can stand up on a flat surface or hang on a prized wall. They can stand alone, but love company. Each piece is sized the same to mix and match for a collection that tells your story.
HOW TO HANG: Drywall screws work great! When affixing the screw, leave a ¼" lip to rest the frame's hollow on the screw head. The art will sit securely and flush with the wall. When hanging multiple pieces, the ideal spacing between screws is 7¼" horizontal and 10½" vertical.