Wind Spinners at Natural Nook Flower Shop
Metal and glass shaped to catch the wind. For the porch, garden or even hanging inside, these pieces will add interest and pizzazz to any area. Natural Nook Flower Shop, 734 Broadway in Seaside, (503) 738-5332.
Willburton Plaques at Fairweather House & Garden
Textural interest draws you in for a closer look. Be sure to examine the back of these sculpted pieces, the artist's carved bread board work surface creates interesting impressions on each piece. Priced at $125. Fairweather House & Garden, 612 Broadway in Seaside, (503) 738-8899.
Reliance Volt Snooper at Rosenberg Builders Supply
This tool is compact enough to carry in your pocket but sturdy enough to assist you with your electrical projects. Alarm and light notifies that live electrical current is present. No more surprise shocking experiences. Priced at $8.99 from Rosenberg Builders Supply, 2 North Main in Tillamook, (503) 842-4434.
Antique Fish Servers at Sesame & Lilies
Sometimes a fish server is more than just a fish server. And, this one is simply art. Serve your piscetarian friends in style with this 19th Century fish serving set with detailed engraving and carved ivory handles. Prices at $165. Sesame & Lilies, 183 North Hemlock in Cannon Beach, (503) 436-2027.
Water Lily Cabinet at Lawrence Gallery
We love the hand-carved cabinet by Luka Moore. This uniquely beautiful piece features mahogany, cocobe, quilted purple heart and orange sage woods. Priced at $11,500 at Lawrence Gallery in the Shops at Salishan, 7755 Highway 101 North in Gleneden Beach, (541) 764-2318.
Vortis Pendant Light Fixture at Carpet One & Lighting Too
Hubbardton Forge Vortis iron pendant light fixture is hand-forged the old-fashioned way in Vermont. The frosted glass creates a soft warm glow. Available in fluorescent and incandescent versions, you can find this favorite at Carpet One & Lighting Too, 350 East Olive in Newport, (541) 265-3530.
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