Stop by Our Store: 7 Old Searsport Ave, Rte 1, Belfast, Maine 04915             Phone: 207-338-4300
Our hours are:  April  Friday and Saturday 10-6, and Sunday 10-3
May –December open Daily, Monday – Saturday 10-6 and Sunday 10-3
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Shipping Note: If your complete order is 3 lbs or over, your shipping fee will not be included in the initial charge. We want to make your shipping expense is the most economical to you. We will contact you to discuss your preferred shipping choice and rate. Once you decide on shipping, the shipping fee will be charged to your credit card once your product has shipped.

Return and Exchanges:  Special orders are non-returnable.
Regular orders can be returned within 7 days of receipt in their original packaging and in the case of jewelry, in unworn condition. Please notify the Lupine Cottage by phone or email before the return. The client is responsible for returning the item(s) pre-paid and insured to the Lupine Cottage. Credit issued will not include original shipping and insurance charges. We reserve the right to not accept a return and may require a re-stocking or repair fee if the item has been at all damaged or worn. While our policies are firm for obvious reasons, we will do everything we can to work with you and make sure your experience with us is positive.

The Lupine Cottage Artisan William S. Jackson, HarborLight Studio

Meet Lupine Artisan William S. Jackson

Born in the 1940's I was the last child of a large country family. While country life was great, the call of the sea was greater. Having moved to the coastal town of Rockland, Maine in my early teens, the sailing vessels and power boats gave my mind great thoughts of adventure. However, it was the fishing boats and fearless men who worked them who became my real live heroes. 

Working on the waterfront from the age of fifteen, to working on various fishing vessels and then on to processing factories, I eventually progressed to building, owning and operating with various family members, a seafood processing factory. We purchased fish for processing from Newfoundland to the north and North Carolina to the south for a world-wide market.

There is little left of the once thriving Maine fishery. My desire is to create a glimpse of the old ways and of the powerful nature that it takes to live one's life at sea: harvesting its treasure and trading them for the opportunity to go back fishing again.