Dish Towels Shaker Village
Shaker Village Dish Towels
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) 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!
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Shaker Wildflower Honey and Hand-turned Honey Dipper
“Brother Delmer” Hand-Turned Honey Dipper
Hand turned honey dipper of rock maple from our “Brother Delmer” trees by our friend Peter Asselyn of Durham, Maine. 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 and honey dippers 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. Satin-smooth finish. *Please note, your honey dipper will be inscribed "Brother Delmer".
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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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Shaker Wildflower Honey and Hand-turned Honey Dipper
“Elder Joseph” Hand-Turned Honey Dipper
Hand turned of rock maple from our tree “Elder Joseph” by our friend Peter Asselyn of Durham, Maine.  In 1898, the Shakers planted a maple tree to honor the life of Elder Joseph Brackett (1797-1882) who is perhaps best-known as the composer in 1848 of the famous Shaker song, Simple Gifts.  This monumental maple tree stood in the middle of Shaker Village for 116-years before it had to be removed. The wood from each limb was carefully cut and set aside for friend Peter to turn into bowls and honey dippers. Satin-smooth finish.
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“Elder Joseph” Hand-turned Maple Bowls
“Elder Joseph” Hand-turned Maple Bowls
In 1898, the Shakers planted a maple tree to honor the life of Elder Joseph Brackett (1797-1882) who is perhaps best-known as the composer in 1848 of the famous Shaker song, Simple Gifts.   This monumental maple tree stood in the middle of Shaker Village for 116-years before it had to be removed.  The wood from each limb was carefully cut and set aside for friend Peter Asselyn of Durham, Maine, who has hand-turned dozens of beautiful bowls in various sizes to memorialize “Elder Joseph”, both the man and the tree. Highly-limited supply subject to availability.
  • 7” diameter   $40 Sold Out
  • 8” diameter  $60 Sold Out
  • 9" diameter $70 Sold Out
  • 10” diameter $80 Sold Out
  • 11” diameter $140  Sold Out
  • 12" diameter $160
  • 14" diameter $200 Sold Out
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Daniel Strawser sculpture Bremen Town Musicians of Shaker Village
Bremen Town Musicians of Shaker Village Sculpture by Daniel Strawser
Daniel Strawser's take on the classic Bremen Town Musicians but with Shaker Village animals! Based on the Brothers Grimm Fairy Tale "Town Musicians of Bremen", the classic donkey, dog, cat, and rooster stack of animals have been replaced with Shaker Village farm animals. The bottom of the animal stack is a Scottish Highland cow, followed by a pig, a sheep, and a barn cat. This folk art sculpture by Daniel G. Strawser, Sr of Bremen, ME is offered in one-of-a-kind limited editions, and makes a very unique souvenir of Shaker Village. You will receive the exact sculpture pictured here. Painted wood. Measures 11" tall x 8" long x 4.5" wide. Born and raised in south central Pennsylvania, Dan was inspired by carvings made by early wood carvers, such as Schimmel, Mountz and Simmons, who used only a pocketknife to make their wares. This led him to carve using the same method. His goal is to continue with the traditional procedure to show people what can be achieved using only a pocketknife. Dan has been carving since 1968. Some of his earlier carvings are often offered at public auctions, bringing substantially higher prices than what they sold for originally. His work has appeared in many books and national magazines and can also be found in prominent, private collections as well as in the permanent collections of museums.
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Shaker Village Egg Ornaments
Country Christmas Egg Ornament
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.
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Goose Egg Ornament
Country Christmas Goose Egg Ornament
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.
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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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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.
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Shaker Great Barns
Shaker “Great Barns” 1820s-1880s
Shaker "Great Barns" 1820s-1880s: Evolution of Shaker Dairy Barn Design and Its Relation to the Agricultural Press by Lauren A. Stiles Shaker leaders built big dairy barns, sent articles and barn diagrams to the specialized agricultural press, and hosted editors and writers on barn tours. This richly illustrated book explores the unexpected relationship between nineteenth century Shaker religious leaders and scientific agricultural journalists. Paperback, 188 pages, illustrations, 26 cm., Richard W. Couper Press, 2013
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Shaker Fieldstone Food Slabs
Shaker Fieldstone Food Slabs: You Pick the Size, We Pick the Stone
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." Each stone is presented in a custom box, branded with the American Stonecraft logo-- perfect for gift-giving! PLEASE NOTE:  Colors vary and all slabs are irregular, according to the shape of the stone from which they were cut. If you would like a certain color, please contact us and we will be more than happy to help you pick out a stone. Otherwise, you pick the size and we will randomly pick the stone for you. Produced for Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village by American Stonecraft in Lowell, MA. Available in the following sizes (other sizes available individually here or may be available upon request, please contact us)
  • Coaster $18 - approx. 4” width
  • 6" Slab $40
  • 7" Slab $45
  • 8" Slab $50
  • 9” Slab $60
  • 10" Slab $70
  • 11" Slab $80
  • 12" Slab $95
  • 13" Slab $110
  • 14" Slab $130
  • 15" Slab $155
  • 16" Slab $185
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The Architecture of the Shakers
The Architecture of the Shakers
The Architecture of the Shakers by Julie Nicoletta, photography by Bret Morgan, foreword by Robert Emlen From Maine to Kentucky, the Shakers built communal villages whose unique buildings were designed to accommodate hundreds of inhabitants unified in the common purpose of work and worship. Julie Nicoletta's perceptive text and Bret Morgan's striking photographs illuminate the austere beauty, regional variations, and functional and stylistic evolution of Shaker buildings over the course of two centuries, evoking a visual and literary survey of Shaker design and its impact on our culture at large. Architects, designers, curators, collectors, and an ever-widening public have sought inspiration in Shaker art and architecture. The Architecture of the Shakers is a book for all those who wish to learn more about these remarkable buildings and how the rich cultural legacy of the Shakers continues to resonate within them. Hardcover, 179 pages, Countryman Press, June 2000
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Reimensnyder "Sheep in the Doorway" Oil Painting
Tim Reimensnyder – Sheep in the Doorway Painting
"Sheep in the Doorway" by Tim Reimensnyder Oil on Panel, 14" x 16" painting plus handmade wood floater frame Painted on-site here at Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village, a memorable scene of farm life captures the Shakers' flock of sheep lounging in the barnyard. Hang this on your wall and have lasting memories of Shaker Village. Tim, a neighbor to Shaker Village, lives in New Gloucester, Maine.
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Tim Reimensnyder – View Down the Lane Painting
Tim Reimensnyder – View Down the Lane Painting
"View Down the Lane" by Tim Reimensnyder Oil on Panel, 14" x 16" painting plus handmade wood floater frame As you pull your car around the corner of the driveway upon entering Shaker Village, this is that memorable view. Seeing the Yellow Garage, the Granary, Boys' Shop, Herb House, and the Dwelling House. Painted on-site here at Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village. Tim, a neighbor to Shaker Village, lives in New Gloucester, Maine.
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Portland String Quartet, photo credit Woody Leland
June 21, 2017 Concert – Portland String Quartet
The Portland String Quartet Wednesday, June 21 – 7:00 pm This concert will be a special tribute to Sister Frances Carr - a dear friend of the Portland String Quartet for over 45 years. The Portland String Quartet will also honor Maine composer Walter Piston (1894-1967). Born in Rockland, Maine, Piston taught two generations of American composers at Harvard and in the world beyond through his acclaimed text books on Harmony and Theory. The Washington Post called the PSQ's recordings of his complete string quartets: "... a dialogue on the highest musical level." His stunning and jazzy Quartet No.5 will be complimented with masterpieces by Mozart and Debussy.
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Kevin Siegfried
June 22, 2017 Concert – Kevin Siegfried and the Portsmouth Singers with Brother Arnold
Kevin Siegfried and the Portsmouth Singers Thursday, June 22 - 7:00 pm Composer Kevin Siegfried leads the Portsmouth Singers in a program of Shaker music. The concert intersperses Siegfried’s powerful choral arrangements of Shaker songs with original Shaker songs performed in unison. Audience participation is encouraged! Between songs, Sabbathday Lake Shaker Brother Arnold Hadd shares personal and historical insights about the Shaker songwriters, the motivation for the songs, and the past and present relevance of the songs within Shaker life. In many instances, through research from original Shaker manuscripts, Siegfried reintroduces the Shakers and the public audience to songs that had previously disappeared from the Shakers’ repertoire.
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Don Roy Trio
June 23, 2017 Concert – Don Roy Trio

The Don Roy Trio Friday, June 23 – 7pm

Franco-American fiddler Don Roy is the aural signature of the Pine Tree State: crisp, straightforward fiddling that is born and bred in Maine’s French Canadian mill towns. Paralleling the Shakers’ tradition of song and dance, Don will perform a variety of mid-19th century folk and fiddle music from the Franco-American communities neighboring the Maine Shaker Villages, at a time when, Elder Joseph composed his song “Simple Gifts.” Don will be joined by pianist/step dancer Cindy Roy and bassist Jay Young; they perform throughout the Eastern States as the Don Roy Trio. Joining the trio are young musicians, the brother and sister fiddling team Rossby and Elsie Arnott from Otisfield.

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PSQ Workshop Master Class
June 23, 2017 Performance- Master Class
Friday, June 23th, 3pm– 5pm Developing the Gift of Talent Workshop Day at the Festival brings student and adult quartets to Shaker Village to study movements of major works from the literature with the Portland String Quartet.  Emphasis on American composers and arrangements of Shaker Hymns will be included in the culminating Master Class in the historic 1794 Meeting House (3-5pm).  This performance is FREE OF CHARGE to the general public. Tickets FREE
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June 24, 2017 Concert – Portland String Quartet, Saturday
June 24, 2017 Concert – Portland String Quartet, Saturday

The Portland String Quartet Saturday, June 24 – 7:00 pm

The Portland String Quartet honors Maine composer, distinguished Professor of Music at Bowdoin College and special guest of this festival in 2007 - Elliott Schwartz (1936 - 2016).  The Shaker symbol, "The Tree of Life," will find expression in the Shaker hymn as well as in the organic continuity of music that represents classical, romantic and avant garde styles. Works by Haydn and Dvorak will add context to Schwartz’ last work, String Quartet No.3: Portrait for Deedee, a final tribute to his beloved wife.

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Shaker Village Pottery Platter
Village View Serving Platter
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.
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Shaker Village Pottery Platter
Hayfield Serving Platter
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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Shaker Village Pottery Mug
Shaker Barn Mug
Maine hand-thrown pottery exclusive produced for Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village featuring sepia toned historic photographs from the Shaker Library collection. A great way to keep Shaker Village with you every day! Makes a perfect gift when paired with our Herbal Tea. It features an image of the Shakers' 1830 barn and says "Shaker Village" down the handle. 3” diameter.   Dishwasher safe.
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Shaker Village Tumbler
Shaker Village Tumbler
Maine hand-thrown pottery exclusive produced for Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village featuring sepia toned historic photographs from the Shaker Library collection. This tumbler is a great everyday drinking cup or can even be used as a small vase. Features Brother Delmer Wilson’s c. 1910 panorama photograph of Shaker Village and says "Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village." 5” tall.   Dishwasher safe.
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American Stonecraft Fieldstone Food Slab Shaker Village
Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab 6″ 1
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 approx 6" at longest length.
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American Stonecraft Fieldstone Food Slab Shaker Village
Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab 7″ 1
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 approx 7" at longest length. Beautiful black and gray tones.
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American Stonecraft Fieldstone Food Slab Shaker Village
Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab 8″ 1
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 approx 8" at longest length. Square-shaped green stone with white and black striations. Has a natural hairline crack on side, see close-up photo.
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American Stonecraft Fieldstone Food Slab Shaker Village
Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab 8″ 2
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 approx 8" at longest length. Beautiful pink-orange stone.
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American Stonecraft Fieldstone Food Slab Shaker Village
Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab 8″ 3
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 approx 8" at longest length. Gray stone with black and orange.
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Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab by American Stonecraft
Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab 9″ 3
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. Gorgeous pale green color with spots throughout-- really unique design! Measures approx 9" at longest length.
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Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab by American Stonecraft
Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab 9″ 4
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 approx 9" at longest length.
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Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab by American Stonecraft
Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab 9″ 5
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. Nice dark gray with blue-black in the center. Measures approx 9" at longest length.
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Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab by American Stonecraft
Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab 9″ 6
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. Nice square shape with orange and black throughout. Measures approx 9" at longest length.
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Fieldstone Food Slab
Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab 10″ 1
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 approx 10" at longest length.
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Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab by American Stonecraft
Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab 10″ 2
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. A gorgeous gray-green color with swirls throughout. Measures approx 10" at longest length.
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American Stonecraft Fieldstone Food Slab 11"
Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab 11″ 1
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 approx 11" at longest length.
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Shaker Village Fieldstone Food Slab by American Stonecraft
Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab 11″ 2
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 approx 11" at longest length.
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Shaker Village Fieldstone Food Slab by American Stonecraft
Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab 11″ 3
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 approx 11" at longest length.
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American Stonecraft Fieldstone
Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab 13″ 1
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 approx 13" at longest length. A gorgeous and rare green stone.
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American Stonecraft Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab
Shaker Fieldstone Food Slab 13″ 2
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 approx 13" at longest length.
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