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Columbia Falls Pottery - Machias

Locally created pottery, sculpture and photography by April Adams and Dana McEacharn


4 Main Street Machias, ME US 04654


Open all year.

 Scheduled Summer Hours:

Tuesday - Saturday 10 - 5 

Other Days and Time by Chance

Call ahead for Off Season Hours

207 255 2716     877 211 2457 toll free


207 255 2716, 877 211 2457

Our signature lupine pattern

Our signature lupine pattern

Photo Credit: April Adams


Lupine, wildflower & seaside designs are skillfully painted on hand made earthenware pottery and tiles. Made for everyday use, our classic colors on a clean white glaze is lead free. Take home a mug and remember Maine with your morning coffee. Each piece is hand thrown or hand built by April Adams and Dana McEacharn in their Washington county studios.

Featured are Dana's sculptural and bas-relief castings portraying down east life. Cast in Forton MG with a bronze finish, his desk size work depicts traditional resourced based occupations. Clocks, tide clocks and commemorative plaques of local subjects are wonderful gifts that connect with rural down east Maine life.

Established in 1990 in Columbia Falls, Maine, Columbia Falls Pottery opened its second shop in Machias in 2012. Visitors will find gifts, hand made pottery ornaments, photography and cards beautifully displayed in a vintage setting. Careful packing for travel, gift wrap and shipping services are available for the traveler. The artists are most often in the store and enjoy sharing their local knowledge with their guests.

The Machias shop at 4 Main Street, Route 1, is located at the east end of the Machias river bridge. Parking is available around the corner from both directions. Neighbors include the Burnham Tavern Museum, antique, wine & cheese shops, cafe and natural food store all within a short walking distance to Bad Little Falls Overlook Park. Walk to the Chamber of Commerce for area information and explore other downtown businesses!