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Inspirations

  • Spirit Bottles
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    Spirit Bottles

    $15.00

    Capture keepsakes or sand from your favorite, special place in our one of a kind spirit bottles.
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  • .5oz Luncheon Tin
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    Lunch Box. Hand Bag. Picnic. A .5 ounce slider tin of pure finishing salt. Just in time for summer - perfect in a picnic basket!

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  • Maine Salt Farm - 3oz Jar
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    Our finishing salt starts as cold, clear water drawn off the coast of Maine, filtered, and then solar dried. No anti-caking agents. No iodine. This ancient process yields a finishing salt with a pure and wild meroir.
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  • Bud Vase
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    Bud Vase

    $45.00

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    Bud Vase

    $45.00

    Can you imagine fresh picked flowers from your garden or window box in this exquisite vase? The bud vase houses your elegant flowers and, in turn, charms friends and family alike. They are also great for housing air plants.

    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.

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  • Flower Pot
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    Flower Pot

    $49.00

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    Flower Pot

    $49.00

    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.

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  • Hanging Planter (Bell Shaped)
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    The hanging planter is especially unique. Its subtle awe accentuates the vibrancy of the plant by ensuring it remains the focal point of the passerby. Its simple elegance is how nature intended.

    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.

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  • Maine Seaglass Frames
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    Each frame is a one-of-a-kind piece, made with sea glass and pieces of drift wood that Amanda picks up from local beaches such as, Back Cove, Fort Williams State Park, Willard Beach, South Portland, Scarborough and Crescent Beach.

    Background colors vary and not all are photographed here. We will contact you upon ordering with a photo of all current colors.

    About the artist: Amanda Pray grew up on Casco Bay, which is located on the southern coast of Maine.  When she met her husband who is a local lobsterman he has only helped fuel her artistic dreams. They are the quintessential Maine couple and have two daughters Pearl and Cora. And of course they have a fish, it's a goldfish named "water".  

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  • Copper Lobster
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    Copper Lobster

    $46.00

    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.

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