the

HISTORY

OF 

TABBY

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Stoney Banyard Ruins (Circa 1726) Hilton Head Island, S.C. 

Photography by Kim Smith©

Tabby column  1780's    St. Augustine Fla. 

Tabby barrier wall Beaufort, S.C. Circa 1730

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Our application is not the typical "Tabby Stucco" that we see in commonly new construction, which is shell smashed in stucco, then smeared off.  Other contractors try to resemble the same appeal but don't take the time of making it right, or can't figure out the process.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our tabby product  is the only product on the market that resembles the same authentic appeal and process as you see in the tabby ruins along the Sea Islands. The only difference is we don't burn the shells to create the lime which is one of the main ingredients to create the tabby. 

 

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Samples are provide upon request for interior designers and owners, or please visit our showroom. Please call 843-338-7267 to schedule an appointment. 

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