Browns Point


Browns Point, best known for the historical lighthouse that guides ships through Commencement Bay, was first lit in 1887 (two years before Washington became a state). It was originally named “Point Brown” and the first resident keeper was coincidentally, Oscar Brown.

Starts off as a medium brown, aging into a leathery honey brown.

Samples are approximately 3″ x 3″

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Additional information

Weight .5 lbs