New England Stoneware Candle Houses

Classic New England structures from the 18th and 19th century, handbuilt from stoneware clay, kiln fired, and handpainted.

Classic New England structures
from the 18th and 19th century,
handbuilt from stoneware clay,
kiln fired, and handpainted.

No two houses
will be exactly alike
as each is individually
handbuilt piece by piece.

Red Vermont Cottage
mounted on a rock, with moss.

Bowed roof cape.

There are over two dozen designs in the collection, with new styles being added from time to time.

The New England
sugarhouse.

Gambrel barn.

These charming candle houses are patterned after the simple integrity of 18th and 19th century New England buildings.

They are hand built of stoneware clay and kiln fired. Colors are achieved through the use of undercoat glazes or airbrushed paint. No two are exactly alike and each style will be produced for a limited time.

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Find us by appointment (or chance) at the studio: 39 Main Street, Wilton, NH. Call ahead!

Learn more about artist M.L. Yonika.

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