Sheepscot River Pottery

34 US Route 1
Edgecomb, ME
04556
(207) 882-9410


Hours: 9-6 M-Sat
Sun 9:30-5:30


Main Street
Damariscotta, ME
04543
(207) 563-667
7



Hours: 9:30-5 M-Sat
Sunday 11-4


Sheepscot River Pottery, established in 1974, has enjoyed much growth and success over the years thanks to our valued customers. Owner, Karen Okie, operates a very personal business and is an integral part of the daily decision-making process. Our creative group of artisans have produced and refined our many designs and are continually evolving in art, form and function.

Our shops, located on Maine Street in Damariscotta, ME and Route 1 in Edgecomb, ME feature exceptional displays, showcasing our beautiful pottery in our many patterns and glazes. Our shops also feature home furnishings, many fine lines of locally made jewelry and other American-made crafts all displayed in comfortable room settings.

We strive continuously for perfection and are constantly creating unique, new designs.


Take a piece of Maine home with you . . . enjoy a memory of the rugged Maine coast year round with a piece from our Maine Island series.   If you are drawn to our woods and rolling fields, you might choose one of our colorful floral patterns - Lupine, Iris, Meadow - or perhaps Birch, Pine Cone or our classic Blueberry.















Embellish your table with our fine linens and Etched or River Rock stemware.  Select your favorite Sheepscot River Pottery dinnerware and you are "set" for delightful dining.






Complete your table by adding coordinating table accessories or that special piece, and now you have assembled
"art for your table".
Time around your table creating memories with your family, friends  and guests.  Enjoy!


Whether you need a hostess gift or a grand gift for an upcoming wedding, you will find it here. Your recipient will feel special knowing they have received a quality handmade piece of our pottery or one of our other fine Made in Maine items. When in Maine, be sure to stop by one of our two stores and experience some good old fashioned Maine hospitality.