Sunday, May 31, 2009

Carving of a Chickadee

Chickadee- ee -ee our state bird for Maine. This is a hand carved version by Erica Qualey a young talented lady. She also has a cardinal and a evening grosbeak here too at the Scottish Lion and Friends .
Mounted on a piece of driftwood.

Friday, May 29, 2009

Privies & Prims: My brother's 1970 VW bug redo

Privies & Prims: My brother's 1970 VW bug redo

Flower pots for your plants

Charlene Sassi has created just for your spring flower arrangements pottery pots and vases .
Her soft colors and new vibrant red add spirit to your decorating . Wonderful on a porch , kitchen or cottage these pots brighten up any space!
Visit our Pottery shed to see these and more.
At the Scottish Lion and Friends in Bristol, Maine

Friday, May 8, 2009

Scottish Lion Blacksmith mugs

Mug of the Scottish Lion Blacksmith will hold a whole pint of your favorite brew.
Hand made by Ken Henderson,Henderson's Redware,Maine
we have other items of his available or go to his web site

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Mason jars filled with Beach glass nightlites

Leslie Connell creates these jars with a nightlite inside. There is more to them than it looks. There are at least 3 lites in each one so as to give off a soft glow of light at night.
Pictured here is a Quart size ,pint and half pint. Each is unique because of the shapes of beach glass that she has discovered after many a summer afternoon beach combing.

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Wolf's Craig -David Holmes carved stone sculpture

David Holmes has a few pieces here at the Scottish Lion and friends .
First is" Clarinda " in Maine granite and carved on all sides . Her hair sweeping around her.$8,500.00
Next in relief is " Slumber" carved in Portland,Maine limestone.$525.00
We have other stone sculptures and carved candle stick holders here at the Scottish Lion and Friends.

Monday, May 4, 2009

Hand woven wool and alpaca throws

Two more weavers in the shop! These are some of their items.
nd woven Alpaca throws on the left in the picture with them hanging on the wal.l District plaids on the right and in the other photo. Soft woven overshot border are on the white throws. Must come and feel them to appreciate them. Each carefully created for years of enjoyment!