Davis Pottery is handmade in York Harbor, Maine by Chris Davis. Davis Pottery is lead-free, ovenproof and may be used in a microwave oven and washed in a dishwasher. For years of enjoyment avoid extreme temperature changes.
Available in a variety of colors. Color pictured might not necessarily be available.
6" high x 5" wide typically (sizes vary)
$64.00Crafted in the Philippines, our Serpentine Bud Vase features sinuous rows of 10 borosilicate glass vessels, joined by metal brackets in a darkened zinc finish. Coil or curve any way you’d like, and place a single bud or sprig in each petite bottle. Delicate looking but strong, the vases are made of borosilicate glass.Visit product page →
24"w 1.75"d 7.25"h
- Twists to any shape
- Zinc finish
- 10 glass vases
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The Maine Trucker Hat is made in Biddeford, Maine. Each hat is individually hand dyed and hand stamped with the outline of Maine.
About the artisan: Amy Rose Goodness is a Mainer through and through. Born and raised in Saco, she brings a sense of community and pride to every uniquely Maine piece she creates.
Please use the "contact us" tab to specify the color you prefer.
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Made by a husband and wife duo D. and Kendall in their garage studio, these copper sea life creatures will bring your walls to life. D. and Kendall begin with a heavy 16 ounce (per square foot) sheet of copper that is custom manufactured by Revere Copper to an extreme measure of purity and demanding specifications.
A copper wire is brazed on the back of each wall hanging piece for easy attachment to a small nail or picture hanger. If hanging outdoors, we recommend you do so in a wind protected area or bring the piece indoors during episodes of high winds.
The green patina (verdigris) on parts or all of some pieces is what occurs over time to unprotected copper exposed to the elements and is the reason copper implements thousands of years old are still being found in reasonably good condition.
On some of their pieces, D. and Kendall accelerate this process by brushing on an acid solution, exposing it to a fine water mist until the patina forms, and then blowing off any clear coated areas with compressed air to prevent water spots.
$125.00Les Cermiques de Lussan brings us the guniea fowl from Lussan, France. The famous pieces were originally created by Heidii Caillard in 1974. In 1995, his son Adrien and a team of craftspeople continued the work of hand-painting these one of a kind pieces. Each of these guinea fowl make the journey from France to Ogunquit where they call the Pottery Shop home.Visit product page →