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A Beautiful Blade

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A paddle is a canoeist’s best friend; a good one delivers a powerful stroke with ease. This native... Read More »

A Bicycle Built for You

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A bike is a bike, right? Not so for Seven Cycles. Each bicycle — mountain or road —... Read More »

A Lyrical Line

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C. H. Becksvoort of New Gloucester, Maine. It’s a name synonymous with high-quality Shaker-style furniture. Chris Becksvoort uses... Read More »

A Splash of Color

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Want to add a bit of flair to your wardrobe? Try a scarf. Mitzi Johnson manipulates colors and... Read More »

A Whole Month in Your Hands

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Here’s a thoughtful way to mark the passing of the months and years: a calendar sphere. Designed and... Read More »

Artful Arrangements

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Balance and harmony are core elements of ikebana, a Japanese style of floral arranging. George Saridakis’s ikebana vases... Read More »

Be-Jeweled

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Designer Kati Enscoe is beginning to get quite a following, and we can see why. Most of her... Read More »

Blowin’ in the Wind

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The answer, my friend, is a wind chime by Goose Rocks Designs. Each stained-glass mobile not only delights... Read More »

Bright Ideas | New England’s Finest

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1. Bulgaria native Boyan Moskov has been working in ceramics since 1987 and creating pottery in the Granite... Read More »

Budding Blooms

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A bud vase is typically used to showcase one beautiful blossom. With Suzanne Tanner’s coin bud vases, it... Read More »

Carry It in Style

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In addition to everyday concerns (a mother of three boys is used to problem solving), Becky O’Neil considers... Read More »

Coastal Comfort

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Wrap yourself in a Swans Island blanket for cool evenings. These beautiful works are woven of wool from... Read More »

Deep Dish

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Pies have been a staple of the New England table since the Colonial days. Bring them to a... Read More »

Drum It Up

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You don’t expect to find Caribbean music in New England, let alone a crafter of Caribbean instruments. But... Read More »

Fine Art That Floats

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“Boats are designed to work best in the waters of the designer,” says boatbuilder Nick Schade. “The coastline... Read More »

Follow the Leader

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You won’t see a mama cow and her young like these on any Vermont hillside! Thanks to the... Read More »

Get On Board

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Here’s a clever and gentle way to introduce both girls and boys to hobby railroading: NameTrains. This wooden... Read More »

Gourmet Kitchen Supplies | New England’s Finest

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Stock up on artisan-crafted kitchen basics and gourmet staples. 1. You could use this family-size cherrywood salad bowl... Read More »

Grab This

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Fashionistas know winter brings a whole new selection of season-appropriate fabrics. Boston-based designers Kelly Smith and Chris Grimley... Read More »

Hats Off

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The jazz drummer rides it, the marching band member crashes it, and the concert percussionist rolls it. What... Read More »

Home Storage Products | New England’s Finest

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1, 2. Stash umbrellas near the door in Ameico’s “Ivy” stand ($240); pens, pencils, and other implements are... Read More »

Home Sweet Home

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In the mid-1930s, Roy Dennison Sr. made a log building set for his children. True, the famous Lincoln... Read More »

It’s No Fluke

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In 1999, a brother-and-sister team and their spouses set out to create a made-in-the-USA ukulele for a reasonable... Read More »

Jigsaw Joy

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Older children (ages 8 and up) and young-at-heart adults will enjoy White Mountain Puzzles. The catalog features almost... Read More »

Kitchen Products | New England’s Finest

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1. Chefs love carbon-steel knives for their ability to hold an edge. These hand-forged beauties ($13.70-$89) by the... Read More »

Lazy Susan

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Swiftly share condiments and side dishes with this 14-inch-diameter turntable ($89). Marcia LaRocque-Levy hand paints a beautiful majolica... Read More »

Let the Light Shine

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How’s this for amazing? Peter Bloch of New London, New Hampshire, takes 200-pound chunks of local aspen wood... Read More »



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