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Unique Store in Wiscasset

Nice little shop that sells wax based ornaments and molds. These are made with old antique or... read more

Reviewed 29 July 2018
N M
Wow- who knew?

Although we are not butter stamp collectors, this little, quaint store is amazing. And the owner... read more

Reviewed 22 June 2018
EmEs
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28 Jul 2018
“Unique Store in Wiscasset”
22 Jun 2018
“Wow- who knew?”
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55 Middle Street, Wiscasset, ME
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Reviewed 5 June 2016

This place was a nice surprise for us. We stumbled across this one quite accidentally. The couple running this business collects and reproduce butter stamps and they are very happy to talk about their collections.Some of the reproductions are just decorative and some are actually...More

2  Thank Too S
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Reviewed 29 July 2018

Nice little shop that sells wax based ornaments and molds. These are made with old antique or antique style butter molds and presses. The store also sells candles and other odds and ends. Owner of the store was very kind and talked in length with...More

1  Thank N M
Reviewed 22 June 2018

Although we are not butter stamp collectors, this little, quaint store is amazing. And the owner is a wealth of knowledge. There are a huge variety of butter stamps replicas and even some antique ones here. Great place for a novel experience.

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Reviewed 11 September 2016

We read about the Butterstamp Workshop on Trip Advisor and decided to visit the shop. It is off the main street, down about a block and the walk makes you feel like you are in a village setting the stage for the "entry way" to...More

1  Thank moabmeadow
Reviewed 10 September 2016

Advice - this place is about a block off the main road, and not on some of the maps, but really worth locating We have collected antique butter molds, tools, working items, carry cases, etc since the late 80s.. The butterstamp workshop was really a...More

1  Thank Mike M
Reviewed 5 June 2016

This place was a nice surprise for us. We stumbled across this one quite accidentally. The couple running this business collects and reproduce butter stamps and they are very happy to talk about their collections.Some of the reproductions are just decorative and some are actually...More

2  Thank Too S
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