Leather Sleigh Bell Strap Shaker Village
Leather Sleigh Bell Strap Shaker Village
Traditional sleigh bell strap with bells. Made with all brass/silver hardware and brass/silver 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 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.
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Growing Up Shaker book
Growing Up Shaker
By Sister Frances Carr In this soft covered book, Sr. Frances recalls her first days in the Sabbathday Lake Shaker Community in the 1930's and '40's.  Shaker history from the unique perspective of one who has remained faithful.
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Life in the Christ Spirit
Life In the Christ Spirit
Life In the Christ Spirit by Brother Theodore E. Johnson The essence of Shaker beliefs and principles outlined in an easily understood manner. Essential reading. 12 page booklet on observations on Shaker theology from remarks delivered at the Shaker Conference in Hancock, Mass, Sept. 7, 1968.
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Sabbathday Lake Shakers booklet
The Sabbathday Lake Shakers: An Introduction to The Shaker Heritage
The Sabbathday Lake Shakers: An Introduction to The Shaker Heritage by Sister R. Mildred Barker.  Published by The Shaker Press, 1985 second edition. Soft-covered.  B&W photos.  29 pages.
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Herringbone Pattern Handmade Cutting Board
Wooden Cutting Board -Large Herringbone
Handmade by Maine custom cabinetmaker John Nichols of Farmington, ME, this cutting board has been carefully designed as a functional kitchen heirloom. Made of domestic and exotic hardwoods with all-natural colors and sealed with mineral oil. Impressive herringbone pattern that is truly a knock-out in any kitchen! Beautiful variations of colors from yellow to red, to shades of brown. Measures approximately 14.5" x 12" x 0.75". Clean with a damp cloth; eliminate odors with a course salt and lemon juice rub. Reseal occasionally with mineral oil to preserve luster and water repellent surface.
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Leaf Pattern Handmade Cutting Board
Wooden Cutting Board -Leaf
Handmade by Maine custom cabinetmaker John Nichols of Farmington, ME, this cutting board has been carefully designed as a functional kitchen heirloom. Made of domestic and exotic hardwoods with all-natural colors and sealed with mineral oil. Whimsical leaf pattern with a 'vein' of purple wood running through it.  Measures approximately 18" x 9" x 0.5". You will receive the exact cutting board pictured here. Clean with a damp cloth; eliminate odors with a course salt and lemon juice rub. Reseal occasionally with mineral oil to preserve luster and water repellent surface.
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Long Wood Handmade Cutting Board made in Maine
Wooden Cutting Board Long
Handmade by Maine custom cabinetmaker John Nichols of Farmington, ME, this cutting board has been carefully designed as a functional kitchen heirloom. Made of domestic and exotic hardwoods with all-natural colors and sealed with mineral oil. This long wooden cutting board is the perfect size for serving cheese, bread, and some Shaker Dipping Oil.  Beautiful combination of light wood and yellow wood. Measures approximately 13.5" x 7.5" x 0.75". You will receive the exact board pictured here. Clean with a damp cloth; eliminate odors with a course salt and lemon juice rub. Reseal occasionally with mineral oil to preserve luster and water repellent surface.
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Handmade Wooden Handled Cutting Board
Wooden Cutting Board with Handle
Handmade by Maine custom cabinetmaker John Nichols of Farmington, ME, this cutting board has been carefully designed as a functional kitchen heirloom. Made of domestic and exotic hardwoods with all-natural colors and sealed with mineral oil. This handled wooden cutting board is the perfect size for serving cheese, bread, and some Shaker Dipping Oil.  Measures approximately 12.5" x 9" x 0.75". You will receive the exact board pictured here. Clean with a damp cloth; eliminate odors with a course salt and lemon juice rub. Reseal occasionally with mineral oil to preserve luster and water repellent surface.
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Wooden Cutting Board with hanging hole
Wooden Cutting Board with Hanging Hole
Handmade by Maine custom cabinetmaker John Nichols of Farmington, ME, this cutting board has been carefully designed as a functional kitchen heirloom. Made of domestic and exotic hardwoods with all-natural colors and sealed with mineral oil. This long wooden cutting board is the perfect size for serving cheese, bread, and some Shaker Dipping Oil.  Beautiful combination of light wood and red stripes. Measures approximately 11" x 6.5" x 0.75". You will receive the exact board pictured here. Clean with a damp cloth; eliminate odors with a course salt and lemon juice rub. Reseal occasionally with mineral oil to preserve luster and water repellent surface.
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Medium Set of 2 Handmade Cutting Boards
Wooden Cutting Boards -Medium set of 2
Handmade by Maine custom cabinetmaker John Nichols of Farmington, ME, these cutting boards have been carefully designed as a functional kitchen heirloom. Made of domestic and exotic hardwoods with all-natural colors and sealed with mineral oil. You will receive both of the boards pictured here. They are a matching set with a slight variation in size. Keep them both or give one as a gift! Beautiful variations in the wood from birds' eye to spalted. Each of these medium boards measures approximately 10.5" x 10" x 0.75". Clean with a damp cloth; eliminate odors with a course salt and lemon juice rub. Reseal occasionally with mineral oil to preserve luster and water repellent surface.
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Small Handmade Cutting Boards
Wooden Cutting Boards -Small
Handmade by Maine custom cabinetmaker John Nichols of Farmington, ME, these cutting boards have been carefully designed as a functional kitchen heirloom. Made of domestic and exotic hardwoods with all-natural colors and sealed with mineral oil. Each of these small boards measures approximately 8.5" x 8.5" x 0.75". Your choice of board pictured here: (group photo, clockwise from top left):
  • Light, Yellow, and Brown stripes
  • Thin Brown Stripes
  • Thick Brown Stripes
  • Light and Yellow Stripes
The photo will change to show your specific selection. Clean with a damp cloth; eliminate odors with a course salt and lemon juice rub. Reseal occasionally with mineral oil to preserve luster and water repellent surface.
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"Brother Delmer" Maple Hand Turned Bowls
“Brother Delmer” Hand-turned Maple Bowls
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. Each bowl is signed on the bottom. Depths and natural patterns on the bowls vary. Highly-limited supply, subject to availability. Live-edge bowls are also available, photos can be emailed by request.
  • 7” diameter   $40
  • 8” diameter  $60
  • 9" diameter $70
  • 10" diameter $80
  • 11” diameter $90
  • 12" diameter $160
  • 14" diameter $200
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A Place in Time
A Place in Time
A Place in Time: The Shakers at Sabbathday Lake, Maine Photographs by Stephen Guion Williams, foreword by Gerard C. Wertkin The photographer Stephen G. Williams has been visiting the Shakers since the early 1970s, drawing spiritual strength from their habits of work and prayer, and artistic inspiration from their quest for harmony, economy, and perfection. "This book," says Williams, "is an endeavor to convey in photographic form my idea of Shakerism: simplicity, beauty, and grace." In its splendid spareness - a beauty borne of stripping away the inessentials - it fully achieves that end. Paperback, 96 pages, black and white photos. A Pocket Paragon Book, David R. Godine, Publisher.
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An Honorable Harvest: Shakers and the Natural World
An Honorable Harvest
An Honorable Harvest: Shakers and the Natural World by Dr. Carl Benton Straub A 166 page soft covered book on the story of how religious movements initiated in Europe became American through taking seriously the land. In the Shaker ways of looking at the world, there is a basic religious unity between what is going on in history - "in the course of human events" - and what is at work in nature. The essential Shaker response to the land and the varied communities of life entwined with the land - wild and domestic - is the translation through interpretation and labor of nature's variables into patterns of meaning which reflect Shaker interest in religious community. Shaker Press, 2009. Soft covered, 166 pages.
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Micmac Potato Basket
Ash-splint Micmac Small Potato Basket
Made from hand-pounded, scraped, and carefully gauged ash splints by Micmac basketmaker Michael Silliboy of Houlton, Maine (a regular participant in Shaker Village’s annual Maine Native American Summer Market each August).  Among Maine’s oldest, continuing traditional crafts. This Small Potato Basket is a round basket with a double-lashed rim and a single stationary bentwood handle. 10” diameter and 10” tall.
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Shaker Village Balsam Pillows
Balsam Fir Pillows
Cut from the Maine woods and dried, these pillows are packed with fir balsam needles with the delightful scent of the Maine woods and Christmas. Available in two sizes:
  • Small (6” x 6”)
  • Large (8” x 8”)
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Organic Balsam Hand and Body Lotion
Balsam Organic Hand and Body Lotion
Rangeley Balsam's hand and body lotion starts with a thick organic emulsion that is free of parabens and chemical preservatives. The lotion is non-greasy and leaves a silky soft finish, which will soften and heal damaged skin. Made with balsam fir oil and other high quality, natural ingredients and essential oils. 8 oz pump container. Available in your choice of: Lavender Balsam: Rejuvenating stress relief. Balances mind and body. Wild Rose Balsam: Happy and relaxing. Summer in the mountains. Lemongrass Balsam: Refreshing, clean, and vibrant. A gardener's delight!
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Balsam Sugar Scrub
Balsam Sugar Scrub
Rangeley Balsam's Sugar Scrub will gently exfoliate your skin and leave it super moisturized. We combine a delicate balance of extra-fine sugar with moisturizers, minerals, and essential oils that give a light rejuvenating scent while leaving your skin feeling healthy and new. Contains extra fine sugar, coconut oil, grapeseed oil, sea salt, aloe extract, and essential oils. Available in your choice of: Lavender Balsam: Rejuvenating stress relief. Balances mind and body. Wild Rose Balsam: Happy and relaxing. Summer in the mountains. Lemongrass Balsam: Refreshing, clean, and vibrant. A gardener's delight!
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Hardcover Handmade Blank Book with Shaker Botanical Monoprint
Blank Hardcover Book with Shaker Village Botanical Monoprint
Handmade blank book journals by Bonnie Faulkner of Heron Point Studio in Yarmouth, Maine.  These blank books are entirely hand-crafted: from the stylized paste paper inside the covers to the mono print covers made from botanicals grown and picked right here at Shaker Village. Each book signature is hand cut, hand sewn, and assembled into Dos Equis Binding. A truly unique gift for you or someone special. Bonnie teaches monoprinting and book binding workshops with us at Shaker Village each year. Hardcover book is 60 unlined pages (30 pages front & back) and measures 6.5" x 4" x 1/2". Signed by the artist on the inner cover. Each book is one-of-a-kind. When you pick from the available books in the drop-down list, you will see a photo of the actual book you will receive. More options available by request.
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Softcover Handmade Blank Book with Shaker Botanical Monoprint
Blank Softcover Book with Shaker Village Botanical Monoprint
Handmade blank book journals by Bonnie Faulkner of Heron Point Studio in Yarmouth, Maine.  These blank books are entirely hand-crafted: from the stylized paste paper inside the covers to the mono print covers made from botanicals grown and picked right here at Shaker Village. Each book signature is hand cut, hand sewn, and assembled into Dos Equis Binding. A truly unique gift for you or someone special. Bonnie teaches monoprinting and book binding workshops with us at Shaker Village each year. Softcover book is 20 unlined pages (10 pages front & back) and measures 6.5" x 4" x 1/4". Signed by the artist on the inner cover. Each book is one-of-a-kind. When you pick from the available books in the drop-down list, you will see a photo of the actual book you will receive. More options available by request.
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Botanical Dream Pillows
Botanical Dream Pillow – Lavender & Mint
  • Botanical Dream Pillows by Betsey Ann Golon of Herb & Vine and Common Folk Farm in Naples, ME. 100% cotton pillow filled with organic herbs. Measures approximately 4" x 5.5".Available in:
    • Soothing Lavender: The soft, soothing fragrance of lavender has become a well known aid to stress free sleep. This is a traditional way of inducing a relxed state of mind that will turn off the chaos of modern living.
    • Refreshing Mint: Let this marvelous mint pillow open your sinuses and relieve stress. Aromatherapy uses the fragrance of mints, lavender, and basil to clear the head, reduce nausea and allow a more restful nights sleep.
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Sale! Eco-Printing Shaker Village
Eco-Printed Silk Scarf with Shaker Village Lupines
A beautiful keepsake of Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village that you can wear every day! Hand-printed and dyed by local fiber artist and Shaker Village workshop instructor Mary DeLano. This soft scarf is imprinted with lupines and other plants that Mary picked at Shaker Village. Eco-printing is a process where plant materials are placed on specially treated fabric and then steamed to release the pigments in the plants, leaving realistic prints of the plants on the fabric. Scarf measures 68" long and 8" wide. The design and print varies per scarf since each is handmade with natural elements.
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Handmade Felted Soap Ball
Felted Soap Ball
Handmade soap balls wrapped in wool felt by Betsey Leslie of Ewes To You right here in New Gloucester, ME. Measures approximately 3". To use: roll ball between palms under warm water. When lather appears, use soap ball like a loofah directly on your skin to exfoliate and clean. Color selection is random but if you have a preference, please note it in your cart at checkout and we will do our best to accommodate.
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Handwoven Rag Rug Runner by Earl Black
Handwoven Rag Rug Runner by Earl Black
This handwoven rag rug was made by Earl Black and is a great runner size, measuring 72" x 18". Woven with a colorful assortment of wool and cotton blends. Earl is an accomplished artist at Spindleworks Art Center, with his rugs in high demand. Spindleworks is a non profit art center for adults with disabilities in Brunswick, Maine whose mission is to help adults with disabilities achieve full and inclusive lives in their chosen community. The proceeds from this purchase go directly to support the artist and program supplies. “HANDICAP, I HEARD ABOUT IT BUT I AIN’T GOT IT NOW” – Rita Langlois This is probably one of the most famous lines written/spoken at Spindleworks, and so telling of the outlook of the artists here who break down stereotypes with their unique and wonderful view of the world and their expression of their place in it.
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Sale! Herbal Revolution Elixir
Herbal Revolution Elixir
Herbal elixirs hand crafted in small batches by Herbal Revolution of mid-coast Maine. 4 fluid ounces in glass bottle. Elderberry Plus Mushroom and Roots Elixir Elderberries is historically known for it's health supporting effects in the body and has been used traditionally for preventative care during the cold and flu seasons.* This award-winning elixir is deliciously supporting. *For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.* INGREDIENTS: Organic Elderberry (Sambucus nigra), Organic Ginger Root (Zingiber officinalea), Organic Astragulug Root (Astragulus membranaceaus), Lion's Mane (Hericium erinaceus), Maitake (Grifola frondosa), Organic Vanilla Bean, Organic Lemon Juice, Pure Maine Maple Syrup and Brandy. The Maine Mushroom and Roots Double-Extracted Elixir is made of mushrooms that historically have been known to support vitality in the body and used historically as preventative care.* *For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.* INGREDIENTS: Reishi mushroom (Ganoderma lucidum), Maitake mushroom (Grifola frondosa), Turkey Tail mushroom (Tramates versicolor), Lion's Mane mushroom (Hericium erinaceus), Chaga mushroom (Inonotus obliquus), Astragulus Root (Astragalus membranaceus), Codonopsis Root (Codonopsis pilosula), ElderBerry (Sambucus nigra), Cinnamon Bark, Vanilla Bean, Ginger Root, Cardamon, Raw Honey, and Brandy.
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Holy Land: A History of the Alfred Shakers
Holy Land
Holy Land by Sister R. Mildred Barker A 52 page booklet on the history of the Alfred, Maine Shakers.  Includes black and white photos.
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Honey Spoon with Summer Berry Tea
Honey Spoon with Summer Berry Tea
Adorable and perfectly giftable Honey Spoon with Summer Berry Tea by Betsey Ann Golon of Herb & Vine and Common Folk Farm in Naples, ME. Delicious honey lollypop to dip in your hot tea to sweeten. Pouch contains 4 organic tea bags of Summer Berry Tea made from hibiscus, Maine apples, elderberry and raspberry leaf, and natural flavors. Makes 8 cups.
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Sale! Shaker Village Lather Mason Jar Mug
Leather Mason Jar Mug
These leather handled and wrapped mason jar mugs are a unique way to show your style! Each is stamped with the words "Shaker Village" and the mason jar can be removed for cleaning. Handmade by Desert Moon Leather of Biddeford, Maine. CLEARANCE sale - discontinued
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Maine Sea Salt and Pepper
Maine Sea Salt & Pepper Grinders
Natural sea salt, is solar-evaporated, and hand harvested in Maine. The salt crystals are tender to touch, crush with your fingers and strong with taste. Artisan sea salt seasoned by the Sun. Enjoy the Natural Saline Ocean taste that is Maine Sea Salt. Hand Harvested on the Coast of Maine and their salt making methods and spectacular taste is what makes this salt special! Kosher Certified. Available in:
  • Natural Sea Salt
  • Apple Smoked Sea Salt - great for grilling!
  • Maple Smoked Seal Salt - nice smoky mesquite taste, perfect for salmon and chicken.
  • Pepper - Black peppercorn
3.6 ounce glass grinder Pairs perfectly with our Shaker herbs!
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Passamaquoddy Maple Syrup
Maple Syrup – Passamaquoddy Maple
100% Maine Maple Syrup, Grade A Organic (Certified organic by MOFGA) made by Passamaquoddy Maple of Jackman, Maine. Run by Marie Harnois, Passamaquoddy Maple is a business venture by the Passamaquoddy Tribe seeking to bring jobs and self-sustainability to their people. As reported in the Portland Press Herald: "For the Passamaquoddies, the syrup project is appealing because of tribal roots. Native Americans were making maple syrup long before the first European settlers arrived. It’s also attractive because it’s a renewable resource and allows tribal members to spend time with nature. The land is true wilderness, covered in 3 feet of snowpack even in April and teeming with moose, deer and lynx. There’s even a bear den among the tapped trees. “It goes back to our ancestors. Our ancestors did this,” said Marie Harnois, who’s in charge of the operation. “It will create employment year after year and hopefully make a profit for our tribe.” Eventually, the operation will support a dozen jobs. Coupled with its other projects, the tribe hopes the jobs will add up and the operations will contribute revenue to tribal operations. For the Passamaquoddies, it’s all about creating jobs to keep tribal members from having to leave Indian Township and Pleasant Point, the ancestral homeland where more than 2,000 tribal members live." Available in the following sizes: 1/2 pint plastic jug, 1pint plastic jug, 1 Qt plastic jug, 250 ml glass moose jar, 50 ml glass maple leaf jar
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Make at Home Mustard Kits
Mustard Kits
Starter kits for homemade mustard by Betsey Ann Golon of Herb & Vine and Common Folk Farm in Naples, ME. Each packet contains full directions and list of ingredients to add in order to make your own flavorful and historic mustard at home! Available in:
  • Apple Cider Mustard: Spicy Sweet Mustard - Ingredients: Mustard flour, sugar, salt (add cider vinegar, olive oil, apple cider or juice, and Worcestershire sauce)
  • Tavern Mustard: Amber Beer, Ale, or Porter - Ingredients: Brown and yellow mustard seeds, mustard flour, onions, thyme (add beer, cider vinegar, salt)
  • Lafayette's Dijon Mustard: French Wine Mustard - Ingredients: Yellow mustard seeds, salt, white pepper, French tarragon (add white wine and vinegar)
  • English Table Mustard: Hot, Hot, Hot Mustard - Ingredients: Mustard powder (add water, white wine vinegar, white wine and choice of diced jalapeno peppers, dried cranberries, wasabi powder, or brown sugar and a pinch of cloves)
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Purple on Silk book
Purple on Silk
Purple on Silk: A Shaker Eldress and Her Dye Journal by Nan Thayer Ross with introduction by Brother Arnold Hadd Eldress Hester Ann Adams (1817-1888) compiled these dye recipes over one hundred and fifty years ago. This book contains forty time-tested recipes complete with a glossary for some of those more obscure 19th century ingredients as well as a comprehensive biography of this remarkable Shaker. Shaker Press, 2003. Soft covered, 75 pages.
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Shaker Pegs
Shaker Pegs
These wooden Shaker-style pegs will be just what you need to finish off your hallway, kitchen, bathroom, or bedroom to hang your coats, towels, herbs, utensils, and more off of. Overall length is 3 5/8" with a 1/2" diameter tenon. Unfinished. Made by Locke Wood Turning of Madison, Maine. $0.60 each Bulk discounts: 25 for $14.25 50 for $25.50 100 for $48.00 500 for $195.00
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Hand Turned Maple Bowl from Shaker Tree
“Brother Delmer” 10″ Hand Turned Maple Bowl
*You will receive the exact bowl pictured here. 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" in diameter and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.
not rated $80.00 Add to cart
Hand Turned Maple Bowl from Shaker Tree
“Brother Delmer” 12″ Live Edge Hand Turned Maple Bowl
*You will receive the exact bowl pictured here. 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" in diameter and is signed on the bottom. Features a live edge which is the actual bark from this tree. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.
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Hand Turned Maple Bowl from Shaker Tree
“Brother Delmer” 14″ Hand Turned Maple Bowl
*You will receive the exact bowl pictured here. 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 14" in diameter and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.
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Hand Turned Maple Bowl from Shaker Tree
“Brother Delmer” 7″ Hand Turned Maple Bowl
*You will receive the exact bowl pictured here. 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" in diameter and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.
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Hand Turned Maple Bowl from Shaker Tree
“Brother Delmer” 8″ Hand Turned Maple Bowl
*You will receive the exact bowl pictured here. 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" in diameter and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.
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Hand Turned Maple Bowl from Shaker Tree
“Brother Delmer” 9″ Hand Turned Maple Bowl
*You will receive the exact bowl pictured here. 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" in diameter and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.
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Hand Turned Maple Bowl from Shaker Tree
“Brother Delmer” Hand Turned Spalted Maple Bowl
*You will receive the exact bowl pictured here. 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" in diameter with an exquisite natural design in spalted maple and is signed on the bottom. *You will receive the exact bowl pictured here.
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