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Octopus Sculpture at Fairweather House & Garden in Seaside
This octopus sculpture at Fairweather House & Garden in Seaside is hand-made locally in cast iron and sliver-plated. It is equally at home as part of large vignette or as a feature piece in a home or office. Designed to sit on a ledge, a decorative box, stack of books or even on the stairs, this piece is versatile with lots of character. Priced at $195. Fairweather House & Garden, Seaside, OR (503) 738-8899
Extended Japanese Foot Treatment at Cannon Beach Spa
Ahh is how the Extended Japanese Foot treatment is described at the Cannon Beach Spa. Treatment includes the basic hot foot bath with therapeutic salts plus the Japanese-style Soku Shin Do, which is an East Asian foot reflexology. Top it off with some additional Japanese techniques to relax your feet. This ahh moment is $35. Cannon Beach Spa, Cannon Beach, OR (503) 436-8772 or (888) 577-8772
Salmon Run Fabric at Homespun Quilts in Astoria
A cool line of fabric called Salmon Run features old salmon cannery labels and is available at Homespun Quilts in Astoria. The main print has reproductions of nine authentic labels including Astoria's White Star Cannery and Autograph Brand labels. These fabrics are 100 percent quilting cotton and the rich colors are easily combined with other fabrics for a variety of projects. Label panel is $8 and coordinating fabric prices vary. This project is in the can! Homespun Quilts, Astoria, OR (503) 325-3300 or (800) 298-3177
The Whale Tail Doorknocker at Nautical Brass in Ilwaco
This whale tale doorknocker at Nautical Brass in Ilwaco is an elegant and distinctly coastal way to greet visitors. Made by artist Michael Healy in solid brass, this doorknocker is a whale of a deal at $160. Nautical Brass, Ilwaco, WA (360) 642-5092 or (888) 642-5092
Antique Serving Ware at Sesame and Lilies in Cannon Beach
Sesame and Lilies in Cannon Beach has a nice selection of 19th century serving ware that inspires elegance at the table. The Asiatic pheasant pattern jam pot for $85 is certain to draw attention and the ivory handle bread fork for $75 is as functional as it is beautiful. There are many pieces that can be mixed and matched from this collection. Please pass the jam. Sesame and Lilies, Cannon Beach, OR (503) 436-2027
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- Published in: Coast Explorer Fall/Winter 2011
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