Since 1957, the highly prized smoked wild Sockeye salmon has been the flagship of the SeaBear line. SeaBear starts with wild Alaskan salmon, and fillets each portion by hand. Share SeaBear's prized Sockeye Salmon, now in a decorated Seattle Style box! Distinctive in its rich red color, robust flavor, and succulent tender flakes, SeaBear's traditional smoked Sockeye offers the quintessential Northwest smoked wild salmon experience. And, since it's fully cooked, and packed in their famous Gold Seal pouch, no refrigeration is necessary until opened. Like all SeaBear salmon, each fillet is filled by hand, small-batch smoked, vacuum sealed in our famous gold pouch and gently cooked.
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Brown & Haley
This keepsake tin is perfect for giving as a special gift. The tin is embossed with images of iconic Pacific Northwest landmarks and celebrates our 100 year anniversary.
Buttercrunch toffee center with almonds, covered in our Signature Blend of cocoa beans and almond pieces.
Each piece is individually foil wrapped and sealed in an airtight pouch for freshness.
About 33 Pieces (14 ounces)
Tin Dimensions in inches: H: 9.188 x W: 6.625 x D: 1.75
Tin Weight in pounds: 1.438
In 1912, Harry Brown & J.C. Haley founded Brown & Haley in Tacoma, Washington. 100 years later, ALMOND ROCA® Buttercrunch has become an icon of the Pacific Northwest. Please join us in celebrating everything that makes the Pacific Northwest special with this specialty collector's tin featuring landmarks such as the Space Needle, Pike's Place Market, the Museum of Glass and the Lemay - America's Car Museum.Visit product page →
This ornament is a miniature replica of Rachel, The Piggy Bank situated at Pike Place Market, Seattle.
Rachel The Piggy Bank is the mascot of Pike Place Market and one of their best public fundraisers. the Bronze cast piggy bank created by Georgia Gerber, a sculptor from Whidbey Island, arrived at the corner fo Pike Place under the iconic "Public Market Center" sign and clock in 1986. Weighing in at 550 pounds. Rachel was named after a rea 750-pond pig who won the 1985 Island County Fair.
Rachel has been "Bringing home the bacon" for The Market Foundation since she arrived in 1986, raising more than $200,000 and counting... to support social services in Pike Place Market. Legend has it that if you rub Rachel's snout and make a donation, you will have good luck!Visit product page →
SpaceBase Gift Shop
Vintage wooden statue pen in original packaging. Originally sold as a souvenir from the 1962 World's Fair, we found some stock in storage and have brought it out of our archives!
(Please note, the ball point pen inside the statue is also original from 1962, and may no longer write.)
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