• High quality print on textured artist paper by artist and close friend of the Shakers, Sister Karlyn Cauley.  Brown print from original watercolor painting of leaves and acorn wreath surrounding the words "Hands to Work Hearts to God." Small lovely print suitable for framing or pinning to your inspiration board. Measures 6″ x 6″ 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.
  • Woodworking with an appreciation for traditional craftsmanship by Chris Beck of Augusta, ME. Restoring and building old hand tools in order to create new pieces to pass on to the next generation. From spoons, walking sticks, bows and arrows, log furniture, tools, coffee tables, eagle plaques to Native American-style branch flutes, the wood will speak to what it wants to be. Carved spoons from maple wood. Choice of: M4- Spalted Maple small slanted handle, approx 6.5" long. M5- Smooth Maple with slender handle, approx 6.5" long. M6- Split color with deep scoop for coffee, approx 4.25" long.  
  • Made exclusively for Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village! These coat brushes are handmade by Brian Newton of Broomcorn Johnny’s in Vermont.  Each is handmade from your choice of hand-dyed or natural broom corn and wrapped in color thread.  Use to clean off your wool jacket, a blazer, or give as a gift for a special occasion.  Each one measures approximately 5.5″ x 2.5″. Brian is an award winning heritage craftsman whose work can be found in some of the most highly regarded fine craft galleries in the nation, as well as in television and motion pictures.  He teaches broom making workshops with us here at Shaker Village and we are very excited to carry his fine pieces.
  • This Shaker-style broom ornament is a sweet little way to give a 'simple gift' of Shaker Village to a loved one or as a way to decorate your Christmas tree with a reminder to "sweep clean your heart."  Made by Larry Antonuk in the same fashion that full size brooms are made, this miniature version is sure to delight!  Measures approximately 6.5" tall.
  • Handmade crochet baby blanket in an acrylic blend yarn featuring color blocks of multi-colors.  Soft and snuggly for your favorite little one! Measures approximately 28" x 25" and is very stretchy.
  • Redware small bowl with spiral design inside, handmade by Ken Henderson of Henderson's Redware in Bangor, Maine. This fun 16oz bowl is the perfect size for your morning oatmeal or your any-time ice cream bowl! Measures approximately 6" in diameter and 3.5" tall. Ken creates museum quality reproductions of earthenware pottery from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries in the Anglo-American tradition. Food safe, oven safe, freezer safe. Aside from its modern, food safe glaze, this pottery is no different than historic redware and is completely functional within the context of its historical usage. Suggested care: Hand wash and dry your pottery thoroughly before using. Your piece will last to become a family heirloom.
  • Yellow ware small bowl in Rockingham glaze, handmade by Ken Henderson of Henderson's Redware in Bangor, Maine. This stunning 16oz bowl is the perfect size for your morning oatmeal or your any-time ice cream bowl! Measures approximately 6" in diameter and 4" tall. Ken creates museum quality reproductions of earthenware pottery from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries in the Anglo-American tradition. Food safe, oven safe, freezer safe. Aside from its modern, food safe glaze, this pottery is no different than historic yellow ware and is completely functional within the context of its historical usage. Suggested care: Hand wash and dry your pottery thoroughly before using. Your piece will last to become a family heirloom.
  • Small birch bark basket with diagonal weave.  Round top with square bottom.  This mini basket is perfect for your desk top! This basket measures approximately 2.75" tall. This basket was handwoven by our friend, Carolyn Kemp. Carolyn is an accomplished basketmaker who teaches basket making workshops with us and has some wonderful books available in our shop on basket weaving.
  • Miniature brown ash round basket with natural and red reeds with a nice red band in the middle and bent handle.  Carolyn weaves these miniature baskets exclusively for Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village. This basket measures approximately 3" tall and arrives in a Christmas gift box. This basket was handwoven by our friend, Carolyn Kemp. Carolyn is an accomplished basketmaker who teaches basket making workshops with us and has some wonderful books available in our shop on basket weaving.
  • Delicate small Shaker-Style cheese basket made with Brown Ash. Basket measure approximately 5.5" x 3.5" x 3.5". Handwoven by our friend, Carolyn Kemp. Carolyn is an accomplished basketmaker who teaches basketry workshops with us.
  • 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.
  • Original small framed oil painting "Winter's Rest" depicting the beehives at Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village.  Oil on board, painting measures 4" x 5" and is custom framed. Melissa Post van der burg is a self-taught artist from Augusta, ME. She teaches plein air painting and watercolor classes with us here at Shaker Village.

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