Find us at 100 Harlow Street, Bangor, Maine.
Tuesday through Friday
10am to 5:30pm
Closed Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
Necklace by Amanda Coburn.
Necklace by Roxanne Munksgaard.
by Anne Reigstad.
Felted hat by Hurshey Somers, and scarf by Mary Eaton.
We are open again, and for now we will remain open Tuesday through
Friday 10-5:30. Other shopping times will be available by
Masks will be required for entry. If you do not have a mask,
we can provide a paper mask so you can shop safely. If you
are unable to wear a mask, we are happy to provide curbside
pickup service. We are also limiting customers to 3 at a
time, to aid in social distancing, as we only have about
600sq feet of shopping space. So if we ask you to wait a
few moments for someone to finish up, please be understanding.
We will also be disinfecting common surfaces several times
a day, and invite all our customers to help themselves to
a squirt of hand sanitizer before handling merchandise,
and have another as you leave! We want everyone to stay
Thanks to all of you for your patience, and your support
during the last few months, and for the months to come!
We hope to see you again soon.
Join Amanda for online Workshops
For those of you interested in taking workshops,
Amanda has set up a patreon account where she will
be posting tutorials, live-streaming lessons, and
You can subscribe to that service here.
The old roofs at both the Bangor Public
Library and Maine State House are gone, but the more than
100-year-old copper lives on in the jewelry created by the
three owners of Maine Jewelry & Art in Bangor, Maine.
Since fall 2013 the owners have been making jewelry from
the library roof copper, and donated more than $36.000 to
the library renovation. Now they are also making jewelry
from the State House copper dome that was replaced in 2014.
The store is temporary closed, but copper jewelry is available
online on Etsy. We have a large selection and working on
moving it online.
Learn more about the library
copper and the State House
for all support
Throughout the last 10 years, Downtown Bangor has gone
through major changes. The revitalization efforts from the
city, combined with the community atmosphere of existing
business owners have turned downtown into a truly wonderful
We're so grateful we're a part of it. We'd be remiss though,
if we didn't recognize how much we rely on the kindness
and support of our customers, friends & students over
the years. You are the #1 reason we are still in business,
the reason we're doing our best to make it through this
closure, and we are so very thankful to you.
With that being said, there are many ways you can continue
to support Maine Jewelry & Art during this difficult
You can visit our etsy pages and shop at www.etsy.com/shop/mainejewelryandart
You can also purchase egift cards that never expire,
and use them when you feel comfortable doing so. You can
purchase them here: https://squareup.com/gift/6KDHMP40EC4PS/order