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Harbor Lights - Scenic Lighthouses - Storm Grey

Harbor Lights - Scenic Lighthouses - Storm Grey
US$ 8.50 / yard
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White, Ash, Amber, Copper Mist, Red, Garnet, Black, Storm Grey

Large scale, authentic light houses on rocky islands are scattered throughout a storm ground with a faux crackling effect throughout. Boston Harbor Lighthouse, Massachusetts, Brier Island Lighthouse, Nova Scotia, Fire Island Lighthouse, New York, Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, North Carolina, Portland Head Lighthouse, Main Cape Lookout Lighthouse, North Carolina, Pigeon Point Lighthouse, California, Assateague Lighthouse, Virginia, Point Wilson Lighthouse, Washington, and Sturgeon Point Lighthouse, Michigan, are all depicted in this print. Taller lighthouses are about 4 1/2", 'Harbor Lights Scenic' by Springs.

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