We Are Moving!

A larger location! Oh my...

We are relocating to the other side of Gig Harbor. Its not a far move, but a move none the less! Change is good, and we are super excited for this wonderful location in the heart of downtown! 

We will miss our original location in the Finholms district. The views are unforgettable and we will miss looking out at the harbor and daydreaming while watching the wildlife, boats, paddle boarders, kayakers and the everyday of life on the water. But alas, we are moving to a prime location where we will be able to experience the hustle and bustle of the best of downtown Gig Harbor! 

Our new location is a larger store and we are very excited to be bringing in new art pieces, more new artists, great furniture, gifts and decor! 

We are looking forward to this new chapter and are excited to share our new space with all our wonderful shoppers! 

These next couple months are sure to be busy ones!

All our best

xox  

Our old view of Gig Harbor 

Our old view of Gig Harbor 

Our New location! 3302 Harborview Drive Gig Harbor WA 98332

Our New location! 3302 Harborview Drive Gig Harbor WA 98332

Melissa and Samantha making new signs for the new location! 

Melissa and Samantha making new signs for the new location! 

Zulu Wire Baskets

These hand woven wire baskets are made in South Africa. "The past and future are fused together in the creation of these beautiful baskets. Zulu weavers have taken the intricate design and incredible craftsmanship of their traditional baskets and created a new weaving style of brightly colored art from plastic-coated solid-core wire. Mesmerizing designs, vibrant colors and refined shapes are hallmarks of this functional art. Also unusual because they are woven from the top down and can be washed gently with warm soapy water." 

We are so proud to carry these amazing baskets. 

Fair Trade

Glass Floats

We love glass fishing floats! Here are some fast facts to fill your mind about these wonderful floats... 

Glass fishing floats or Japanese glass fishing floats were once used by fishermen in many parts of the world to keep their fishing nets, as well as longlines or droplines afloat. 

Large groups of fishnets strung together, sometimes 50 miles long were set adrift in the ocean and supported near the surface by hollow glass balls or cylinders containing air to give them buoyancy. These glass floats are no longer being used by fishermen, but many of them are still afloat in the world's oceans, primarily the Pacific. They have become popular collectors item for beachcombers and decorators. 

Perhaps one day you may find one laying in sand along the oceans shore! 

If you don't have the patience to wait, you can also come into Sea Hags and pick up a few vintage ones to call your very own. 


Information collected on Wikipedia