40 Lowcountry Luxuries

Charleston Magazine

September 16, 2015

How do you define “luxury”? Perhaps it’s an occasional indulgence, or a unique experience, or even something exceptionally comforting. Curious to know the Charleston-centric response, we queried our Facebook fans for their favorite Lowcountry indulgences—large or small, expensive or priceless—and these are the results. Look for their quotes throughout this roundup of things (listed in no particular order) that make us fantastically lucky to live here

12. The Edisto oyster knife It took Lowcountry native Chris Williams years to create the ultimate oyster knife, but in the “Edisto” he found perfection. The award-winning design, which has been wowing clients like Toby Keith and Harry Connick Jr. since 2009, is touted both for its beauty and utility. At $300, these blades aren’t cheap, but you can select the wood, trim, and even the type of pin (pictured is curly maple with Himalayan ram’s horn). Find them at www.williamsknife.com or at Charleston Angler and Southern Season.

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