Ae Ceramics Home – Boothbay Harbor

Ae Ceramics Home - Yarmouth


93 Townsend Avenue
Boothbay Harbor, ME

Phone: 207.315.6221

Late Summer & Fall Hours: 
Mon - Thurs      10 am - 5 pm
Fri - Sat                 10 am - 7 pm
Sun                        11 am - 4 pm

*Please note we will be closed Saturday, Sept. 16 - Sunday, Sept. 17

As Ae Ceramics steadily grew, Alison and Chris knew the studio in Yarmouth would not be enough. Growing pains were already existent. After looking for a space, they stumbled upon a diamond in the rough - a poorly maintained but still structurally sound building in their hometown of Boothbay Harbor. They spent the better part of 2014 headlong in a major remodel and renovation. What you see when you walk through the red doors is the vision and work of two skilled artists. You’ll be dazzled by the tasteful balance of the crisp white interior, driftwood furniture, and bright pine floors.

Here the retail selection is larger, with only firsts (products we strive to make) and a curation of home décor and serveware for sale. As you explore the area and move toward the back you will enter the production studio. Alison might be filling a mold, Chris changing a die on the RAM press, and Ren cleaning up some greenware.

We are excited as this new location is opening up space and time for Alison and Chris to develop new lines of work including tile, sinks, lighting and furniture.   


359 Main Street
Yarmouth, Maine

Phone: 207.847.4007

Late Summer & Fall Hours: 
Mon - Fri               10 am - 5 pm
Sat & Sun              Closed

The historic village of Yarmouth provides a quiet backdrop for our studio, opened in 2010. Upon entering the cozy space, you will be impressed by the amount of pottery shipped out of these two tall, slim, red doors. Exposed brick walls add warmth and complement our storefront, where we sell a limited selection of our work. A large amount of what you will find here will be our Seconds (pieces with flaws and glaze variations), marked down from 10%-90%, depending on the severity of the “defect”. While still functional and beautiful, these pieces don’t meet our criteria to be sold for full retail price.  

On any given day you will be greeted by Anthony and Brooke. Feel free to come behind the display wall, where they will happily show you the second half of the production process, from bisque-ware to final firing.