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Daufuskie Island’s Iron Fish Wants Your Holiday Business!

Sunday, November 20th, 2011

Hello All,

I wanted to let all of my faithful Daufuskie Island customers know that  this coming Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday, for the first time ever, all Iron Fish sculptures at the Daufuskie Iron Fish Gallery will be discounted 15%!!!!!!!!!

I hope that everyone opts to shop on Daufuskie this upcoming Thanksgiving weekend.  You are certain to miss all of the traffic and long lines plus, you will be purchasing a one of a kind holiday gift!

If you are in fact buying gifts for someone and need it shipped, simply explain the order in the Iron Fish sign in log on the front porch and I will call you for details when I arrive back on the island.  Many of you may not know that I have developed a very nice gift wrapping option which I am offering for FREE this holiday season!  Click here to view sample: http://www.ironfishart.com/index.php/special-packaging

Many thanks to you all for 10 awesome years!

Chase Allen

the iron fish

the iron fish

Established December of 2001

Black Friday -Cyber Monday Discounts – More reasons to shop from home this holiday season

Thursday, November 17th, 2011

Black Friday -Cyber Monday

REASONS 6-10 to shop from home this holiday season

mahi mahi dophin wall mount sculpture

4ft mahi mahi dophin wall mount sculpture-$425

Reason 6: Stay away from hostile shoppers and drink hot tea while sitting in front of your computer.

Reason 7: You will be buying a memorable gift this holiday season.

Reason 8: Avoid the traffic and long lines.  I know I am repeating this one but it is VERY important to keep the holiday cheer!

Reason 9: Get the same savings with out the hassle.

Reason 10: Have your holiday gifts shipped free directly to your house and if purchasing a coastal sculpture from The Iron Fish, enjoy free gift wrapping!

Shop online this Black Friday- Cyber Monday and save on time and money!!!  Shop from the comfort of your own home and while your at it, don’t waste any time on gift wrapping either….we got it covered!  Don’t forget reason # 1 to shop at ironfishart.com this BLACK FRIDAY-CYBER MONDAY….15% off ALL coastal sculptures.

coastal bathroom with crab sculpture-$215 w/ free shipping

coastal bathroom with crab sculpture

The Iron Fish- Specializing in handcrafted coastal sculptures shipped direct!

“North Carolina” Iron Fish Sculpture Decorating Traditional Coastal Room

Friday, August 5th, 2011

Aha!!- An XL “North Carolina” Iron Fish Sculpture Decorating a Traditional Coastal Room

This traditional coastal bedroom decor relaxes a bit with the help of this new “North Carolina” Iron Fish sculpture.  This x-large coastal sculpture($440) is the perfect size to make a statement for tranquility.  When relaxing in a beach home, no one wants to feel as if they are surrounded by perfection.  Perfection makes relaxation a bit difficult.  This vintage finished hand crafted coastal Iron Fish sculpture really “brings the ocean to the beach house.”  Notice how the colors of the fins work perfectly with the blues of the linens.

coastal bedroom

coastal bedroom

iron fish sculpture

iron fish sculpture

The Iron Fish-”Coastal decor at it’s finest!”

Creative Coastal Designs…It’s In The Blood!

Thursday, January 21st, 2010
vintage coastal sculptures and decor

vintage coastal sculptures and decor

Being a professional artist over the past years I have had many people ask many times, “how do you come up with these ideas?”.  Not wanting to go in to my long and often confusing version of my belief in a higher power, it is so simple for me to explain that I was born in to it.  Literally, art is in my blood.

My aunt, Lindsay Daniel, president and founder of Lindsay Daniel Architecture has made an incredible name for herself in the world or Architects.  Her firm in Charlotte, NC(yes the city that used to be a town) has a portfolio that would impress the most harsh of critics.  She has been an incredible influence on my work simply through my observation of her discipline.  I would say that the best lesson I have learned from her is that you never stop developing as an artist. (more…)