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|THIS MONTH'S FEATURED ITEM
Harry Hine Studios'
HHS004 Barbers Point, HI
|On December 7, 1941, the Japanese famously
attacked Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Nearby Barbers
Point Lighthouse was used as an observation point
by the US Army during the attacks, and was also
central in the manhunt for two downed Japanese
pilots in the ensuing days after the attack.
Harry Hine's new Barbers Point Lighthouse
sculpture captures the lighthouse as it looked in the
previous decade. The newly built taller tower stands
side-by-side next to the older, shorter tower. The old
lantern room has just been transferred to the new
lighthouse and the old tower will soon be
demolished. Also within the scene is the keeper's
quarters, now just a memory as it was razed by the
Coast Guard when the lighthouse was automated in
HS004 Barbers Point is completely hand crafted
by Harry Hine in his California studio. Always
known for his authenticity and attention to
detail since he was designing lighthouses for
Harbour Lights, Harry has absolutely outdone
himself with this new release. Each shingle on
the house and brick on the tower has been
meticulously recreated, as have the palm trees
which are indigenous to Hawaii.
We're sure that you'll be proud to display this
fantastic piece of WWII and lighthouse history in
your home or office!