Hand painted on a real sea scallop shell. Shelter Island artist and fisherman, George Rowland, has given us an exclusive on these miniature works of art. Each shell has the same Sag Harbor Cinema picture but as with any art work, they may vary a bit. $40.00 Hand crafted wooden stand included.
Color Sag Harbor- 22 Sag Harbor landmarks, illustrated to color. Every page also includes historical description of that site. Jake Rose has hit a home run with this new publication.
set of postcards to color $12.00
Hang a memory of the Sag Harbor Cinema on your Christmas tree or in your house! New in 2017. Designed and assembled by a local artist, the ornament is thin layers of laser cut wood. 3" X 4" $34.00
A plan to rebuild is in the works. Sag Harbor Partnership is fundraising to buy the property and build a cinema cultural center. Pledges are needed. Visit www.sagharborcinema.org for more information, donate and to help rebuild.
Our own design, released May 2016, a 500 piece cardboard jigsaw puzzle with images of Sag Harbor. Featuring The Sag Harbor Cinema before it burned down on Dec. 16, 2016. Also The Wharf Shop, The American Hotel, The Whaling Museum, The Sag Harbor Variety Store, Conca D'oro pizzeria (closed Oct. 2017), Canio's Books, The Sag Harbor Liquor Store and The Sag Harbor Windmill. $19.95 We will ship within continental US. Actual priority postage fees plus $3.00
Sag Harbor stone coasters. Choose from whale, anchor or shell. $5.50 each or 4 in a wooden caddy for $26.00 Color is a little more aqua than photo. 4" X 4" Printed in USA.
Sag Harbor 3 X 5 notes cards. Peter Spacek's original logo with the stylized S from the neon movie theater and seaside references in every letter. 8 pc with envelopes in a box. Legal for mailing.
Hamptons postcards to color: Following the adult coloring obsession, a Sag Harbor resident created a book of postcards to color with imgaes of The American Hotel, The Candy Kitchen, The Sag Harbor Variety store, The Hampton Classic, The Clam Man, The Hook Mill and so many more pictures from the area. A unique souvenir, a fun wedding basket gift, something to keep everyone entertained at a dinner, so many reasons to buy.
A Wharf Shop classic: The cloth map of Long Island. Tea towel, dish towel or map for framing, we've sold this since our opening. Flat to pack, great for travel gifts. 100% cotton $8.95 ea.
We are often asked mail these to folks all over the US. Just call us! Actual postage fee plus $3.00
North Fork Taffy: We have local taffy! North Fork Taffy, a small family business, makes delicious, fresh traditional seaside taffy with today's flavors. We've gone the extra mile to get our fresh taffy stocks, even meeting at the ferry for the hand-off of yummies.
1 lb box $14.95
Oh, That's Another Story, Images and Tales of Sag Harbor, by Alexandra Eames and Whitney Hansen.
Engaging stories about the history of Sag Harbor. We've read every current history book and this offers a fresh perspective, new info, very well organized. Over 50 residents were interviewed. A great peek into the roots of this popular village for anyone who has taken a liking to it. The art of Whitney Hansen, a resident herself, captures buildings and views forever, some disappearing with new development.
Published fall 2015 $40.00
Baby's onsies and tee shirts with an original Sag Harbor logo by local cartoonist and artist Peter Spacek. With a pink tint, we have a rope heart, also from Peter. Peter is the editorial cartoonist to the East Hampton Star and has published cartoon books, greeting cards, taught cartooning and is best known for his surfing humor.
100% cotton tees size 2-3
100% cotton onsies 3, 6, or 12 month.
short sleeved $18.00 each
long sleeved $20.00 each
Before the glitz and glam, Sag Harbor owed it's fame to whaling! These wooden Sag Harbor Whales are locally hand crafted from recycled wood. Each piece is unique, painted with exterior paint so they can be displayed outside on your house or fence. Custom orders considered but no lettering. about 20" $30.00
The definitive history of the Sag Harbor Cinema. Published in 2017, journalist Annette Hinkle interviewed numerous people and researched the story of the historic movie theater that burned down on Dec. 16, 2016. A portion of the proceeds go to the Sag Harbor Partnership, the group spearheading the rebuilding of the cinema. Harbcover $35.00
Keeping Time in Sag Harbor By Steven Longmire- A wonderful photographic record of the village with a wealth of historical information. A treasure for anyone whose heart has been stolen by Sag Harbor. Paper back $40.00
Voices of Sag Harbor, A Village Remembered edited by Nina Tobier and forward by E.L. Doctrow (Sag Harbor resident) Published 2007 with all proceeds of sales going to the John Jermaine Memorial Library who put it together. A rich anthology of interviews with Sag Harbor personages. Over 75 folks, speak their memories. Many of these voices are no longer with us. A fascinating look into the people of the village. (Including a segment with our own Nada Barry!) Paperback $19.95 to stimulate more sales the library has told us to reduce the price to $10.00!!!
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