Old Charleston Hugo Slate Shingles
These shingles are from historic Charleston homes that date back as far as 100 to 250 years ago. The shingles are supplied to Drucker as a result of a major disaster that hit South Carolina’s coast in September of 1989, Hurricane Hugo. When Hugo struck Charleston, it left many of the Holy City’s historic, monumental buildings in ruins, causing a need for many reconstructive jobs to be done in order to get the city back to the charming, welcoming place its known to be.
Often time’s artists are known to think outside-of-the-box, and with Jeanie’s historic slate shingles it’s apparent she is always using her creativity to produce unique pieces of art that will last a lifetime and always remind the owner of the Charleston charm that is weaved throughout every item Jeanie creates.