• The Shakers have cultivated their land since 1783. The hedgerows are piled with stones picked from the croplands each spring. These naturally beautiful food slabs are created from polished slices of Shaker fieldstones deposited in the earth by glaciers eons ago. No two stones are alike and each provides a striking presentation for beverages, sliced cheese, hors d'oeuvres, meat, fruit, bread, and more. Also use as a trivet, under potted plants, and atop vanities for soap, cosmetics and more. Slabs are typically multicolor with striking combinations of minerals. Stamped on the reverse with the name: "Shaker Village, New Gloucester, ME." Produced for Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village by American Stonecraft in Lowell, MA. You will receive the exact slab pictured here. Measures approximately 8" at longest length.  A gorgeous serving piece or the best charcuterie board- just pop it in the freezer before using to keep your cheese cold.
  • The Shakers have cultivated their land since 1783. The hedgerows are piled with stones picked from the croplands each spring. These naturally beautiful food slabs are created from polished slices of Shaker fieldstones deposited in the earth by glaciers eons ago. No two stones are alike and each provides a striking presentation for beverages, sliced cheese, hors d'oeuvres, meat, fruit, bread, and more. Also use as a trivet, under potted plants, and atop vanities for soap, cosmetics and more. Slabs are typically multicolor with striking combinations of minerals. Stamped on the reverse with the name: "Shaker Village, New Gloucester, ME." Produced for Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village by American Stonecraft in Lowell, MA. You will receive the exact slab pictured here. Measures approximately 8" at longest length.  A gorgeous serving piece or the best charcuterie board- just pop it in the freezer before using to keep your cheese cold.
  • The Shakers have cultivated their land since 1783. The hedgerows are piled with stones picked from the croplands each spring. These naturally beautiful food slabs are created from polished slices of Shaker fieldstones deposited in the earth by glaciers eons ago. No two stones are alike and each provides a striking presentation for beverages, sliced cheese, hors d'oeuvres, meat, fruit, bread, and more. Also use as a trivet, under potted plants, and atop vanities for soap, cosmetics and more. Slabs are typically multicolor with striking combinations of minerals. Stamped on the reverse with the name: "Shaker Village, New Gloucester, ME." Produced for Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village by American Stonecraft in Lowell, MA. You will receive the exact 2 coaster slabs pictured here. These coaster sized slabs can be use for drinks, of course, or for tapas and apps.  Use it as-is or pop it in the freezer before using to keep your drink or food cold.
  • The Shakers have cultivated their land since 1783. The hedgerows are piled with stones picked from the croplands each spring. These naturally beautiful food slabs are created from polished slices of Shaker fieldstones deposited in the earth by glaciers eons ago. No two stones are alike and each provides a striking presentation for beverages, sliced cheese, hors d'oeuvres, meat, fruit, bread, and more. Also use as a trivet, under potted plants, and atop vanities for soap, cosmetics and more. Slabs are typically multicolor with striking combinations of minerals. Stamped on the reverse with the name: "Shaker Village, New Gloucester, ME." Produced for Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village by American Stonecraft in Lowell, MA. You will receive the exact 2 coaster slabs pictured here. These coaster sized slabs can be use for drinks, of course, or for tapas and apps.  Use it as-is or pop it in the freezer before using to keep your drink or food cold.
  • The Shakers have cultivated their land since 1783. The hedgerows are piled with stones picked from the croplands each spring. These naturally beautiful food slabs are created from polished slices of Shaker fieldstones deposited in the earth by glaciers eons ago. No two stones are alike and each provides a striking presentation for beverages, sliced cheese, hors d'oeuvres, meat, fruit, bread, and more. Also use as a trivet, under potted plants, and atop vanities for soap, cosmetics and more. Slabs are typically multicolor with striking combinations of minerals. Stamped on the reverse with the name: "Shaker Village, New Gloucester, ME." Produced for Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village by American Stonecraft in Lowell, MA. You will receive the exact 2 coaster slabs pictured here. These coaster sized slabs can be use for drinks, of course, or for tapas and apps.  Use it as-is or pop it in the freezer before using to keep your drink or food cold.
  • The Shakers have cultivated their land since 1783. The hedgerows are piled with stones picked from the croplands each spring. These naturally beautiful food slabs are created from polished slices of Shaker fieldstones deposited in the earth by glaciers eons ago. No two stones are alike and each provides a striking presentation for beverages, sliced cheese, hors d'oeuvres, meat, fruit, bread, and more. Also use as a trivet, under potted plants, and atop vanities for soap, cosmetics and more. Slabs are typically multicolor with striking combinations of minerals. Stamped on the reverse with the name: "Shaker Village, New Gloucester, ME." Produced for Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village by American Stonecraft in Lowell, MA. You will receive the exact slab pictured here. Measures approximately 13" at longest length.  Very nice glossy surface that reflects you perfectly- as you can see in the first photo! A gorgeous serving piece or the best charcuterie board- just pop it in the freezer before using to keep your cheese cold.
  • The Shakers have cultivated their land since 1783. The hedgerows are piled with stones picked from the croplands each spring. These naturally beautiful food slabs are created from polished slices of Shaker fieldstones deposited in the earth by glaciers eons ago. No two stones are alike and each provides a striking presentation for beverages, sliced cheese, hors d'oeuvres, meat, fruit, bread, and more. Also use as a trivet, under potted plants, and atop vanities for soap, cosmetics and more. Slabs are typically multicolor with striking combinations of minerals. Stamped on the reverse with the name: "Shaker Village, New Gloucester, ME." Produced for Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village by American Stonecraft in Lowell, MA. You will receive the exact slab pictured here. Measures approximately 16" at longest length.  A hefty and gorgeous serving piece or the best charcuterie board- just pop it in the freezer before using to keep your cheese cold.
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 9" x 1.5″ and is signed on the bottom.  Very shallow nice tray-type of bowl. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 9.75" x 2″ and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 9" x 2.5″ and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 9.75" x 2.5″ and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 10.5" x 2.75″ and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 7.25" x 1.25″ and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 8" x 2.5″ and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 8.75" x 3″ and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 8.5" x 2.5″ and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 8.5" x 2.25″ and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 8.75" x 2.25″ and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 9.25" x 2.5″ and is signed on the bottom. Super-cool half & half design of dark and light wood. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 9" x 2″ and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 10.5" x 2.5″ and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 9.5" x 2.25″ and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 9.75" x 2.5″ and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 11.75" x 3.15″ and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 11.5" x 3″ and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 12" x 3.5″ and is signed on the bottom. This bowl has nice thick walls. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 13.25" x 3.5″ and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 13" x 3.25″ and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.  
  • *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here. *Please note that this bowl has an uneven top, as pictured. Hand turned maple bowl made from a Shaker Village tree. One of Sabbathday Lake’s Brother Delmer Wilson’s landmark maple trees planted in front of the Ministry’s Shop in 1898 became dangerously rotten from damage sustained long ago from a severe lightning strike. In 2016, Brother Arnold had it entirely removed along with another monumental maple tree in the front right corner of the Shaker Cemetery, believed to have been planted by Brother Delmer between 1920 and 1935. Four young maples have been planted in place of those two 1898 trees recently cut and two others cut several years ago. Although sad to lose Brother Delmer’s trees, we are excited that their wood didn’t go to waste. Peter Asselyn, expert woodturner and long-time friend of Shaker Village, turned out all sizes of bowls from the recently-removed landmark trees planted by Brother Delmer. We are deeply grateful for Peter’s willingness, appreciation, and commitment to honor the Shaker legacy through his own talents. This bowl measures approximately 13.5" x 3.5″ and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.   *Please note that this bowl has an uneven top, as pictured.
  • Dwelling House at Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village. Photograph printed and mounted on premium hardboard and sealed & protected by tough, durable, and washable laminate in a matte finish.  This print is ph balanced and acid free, providing years of protection and a lifetime of enjoyment. Image is protected from UV light, moisture, dust and fingerprints. Measures 10" x 10".  Ready to hang. Photograph by Jamie Ribisi-Braley of Auburn, ME, who is also the Office Manager at Shaker Village and enjoys this view on a daily basis from her desk in the Girls' Shop.
  • Beautiful denim full-length apron with classic contrasting threads and metal adjustable buckle neck.  Embroidered “Shaker Kitchen Sabbathday Lake Maine” with decorative vines by friend and neighbor Diane Harriman of Hast Company.  This comfortable soft denim is fully adjustable with waist tie-strings and adjustable buckle neck, plus 2 full-sized angled pockets covered with 2 half-sized rectangular pockets all on the front. Measures approximately 35″ length from collar to base, 28″ wide plus two 37″ waist strings, adjustable neck.
  • High quality prints on textured artist paper by artist and close friend of the Shakers, Sister Karlyn Cauley.  Lovely set of four prints depicting interior and exterior scenes at Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village: Meeting House, Shaker School, Herb Room, & sitting room. Measures 7″ x 7″ each, you will receive all 4 prints. Sister Karlyn Cauley has been a member of the Sisters of the Divine Savior since 1961 and is well known in the U.S. as a folk artist of “Shaker Gift Drawings” for her original watercolors, prints and note cards. Her folk art has brought awareness to the need for simplicity in our lives and homes.
  • Shaker 9 Tin Herb Gift Set is presented in a wooden crate and includes:
    • Brother Arnold’s Pork Rub
    • Dill Dip
    • Poultry Seasoning
    • Herbs de Provence
    • Pizza Seasoning
    • Herbal Bouquet
    • Salad Seasoning
    • Soup Seasoning
    • Italian Seasoning
    Since 1799, the Sabbathday Lake Shakers have cultivated, packaged, and sold to the public the most popular varieties of sweet herbs and medicinal teas.  Following that same early tradition, today we offer a selection of gourmet culinary herbs, herbal blends, spices and herbal teas that represent our long and continuing heritage. Our herbs are grown in gardens more than 200 years old, dried in a facility built in 1845, and packaged in tin canisters just like those used by our forebears throughout the 1800s. Our herbal products represent our continuing commitment to supply our customers with products of high quality and value.
  • Needle felted wall hanging of the Shaker Library Cupola. The Shaker Library is housed in what was formerly the Shaker Schoolhouse, giving you that iconic New England one-room school house roof view. Handmade by Janine Valliere, Echoes of New England, of Auburn, Maine.  Janine is also our Office Assistant at Shaker Village, bringing her love of all things Sabbathday Lake to her art work.  Purchasing this online, she is likely the one to fulfill your order while doing a happy dance! Measures approximately 12" x 9" with dowel hanger on reverse.  
  • The Friends of the Shakers created this limited edition pewter ornament,  celebrating 40 years of service, of the Sabbathday Lake Shaker's 1903 Water Tower. Proceeds benefit the Friends of the Shakers organization, which supports Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village through donations and volunteerism. Measures approximately 2 5/8" X 1 3/4".
  • Traditional sleigh bell strap with bells. Made with all brass/silver hardware and brass/silver (chrome) bells, front and back of strap is covered in leather with beautiful careful stitching. Round hanger makes for easy hanging over your doorknob or on a Shaker peg.  These will become a family heirloom handed down for many generations, and, because they are of high quality with a double thickness in leather, they last for a very long time. Embossed with the Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village logo. Handmade by Kurier of Portland, Maine exclusively for Shaker Village. 4-Bell strap $60, approx 14.5 inches long with hanger 5-Bell strap $70, approx 16 inches long with hanger Available in a variety of leather colors and hardware, see selection in drop-down list for in-stock availability.
  • Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village Dish Towels Featuring vintage Shaker labels and images. Washing machine safe -- the more you wash them, the softer they become! 100% cotton towel, white with blue stripes (apple label has multi-colored stripes and the Rose Water has red stripes) measures approximately 18″ x 28″ with a loop to hang on your favorite hook. Available in:
    • Shaker Mills Graham Flour Sack - modeled after the original Sabbathday Lake Shakers' grain bags from the Great Mill
    • Shaker Rose Water
    • Apple Label
    • Parsley Shaker Herb Label
    • Sage Shaker Herb Label
    • Rosemary Shaker Herb Label
    • Thyme Shaker Herb Label
    Pair with our Shaker herbs for the perfect gift!
  • Add this charming ornament of Shaker Village to your Christmas tree! Handmade by Dan Stevens from reproductions of his original illustrations which are transferred on to goose eggs and then dipped in a hard resin to make them durable and lustrous. Featuring images of the Shakers' Dwelling House, Meeting House, Water Tower, and Barn. By Country Christmas Eggs in Oregon. Goose egg size.
  • Add this charming ornament of Shaker Village to your Christmas tree! Handmade by Dan Stevens from reproductions of his original illustrations which are transferred on to eggs and then they are dipped in a hard resin to make them durable and lustrous. Featuring images of the Shakers' Dwelling House, Meeting House, Water Tower, and Barn. By Country Christmas Eggs in Oregon.
    Small (standard) egg size.
  • Sale!
    Maine hand-thrown pottery exclusive produced for Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village featuring sepia toned historic photographs from the Shaker Library collection. This serving platter is perfectly sized for a cheese plate, appetizers, or candy dish. It has a Shaker Village view c. 1910 taken by Brother Delmer Wilson. Measures approx. 11” wide. Dishwasher safe.
  • Sale!
    Maine hand-thrown pottery exclusive produced for Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village featuring sepia toned historic photographs from the Shaker Library collection. This serving platter is perfectly sized for a cheese plate, appetizers, or candy dish. It features a historic photograph of the hay harvest. Measures approx. 11” wide. Dishwasher safe.

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