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Pies have been a staple of the New England table since the Colonial days. Bring them to a modern-day table in Seal Cove Pottery pie plates ($38). Lisbeth Faulkner and Edwin Marshall Davis’s studio/store/art gallery on Mount Desert Island in Maine is laden with blue, green, and red pottery on the shelves and nautical watercolors on the walls. “Colors and designs really reflect our love of the water and the island itself,” says Lisbeth. The graceful spiral at the bottom of each piece of pottery is evidence of its handmade quality — a finger fits perfectly into the groove. 207-244-3602.

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