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Salmon Falls Stoneware is a small production pottery factory, located in Dover, dedicated to making quality salt-glaze stoneware. Their work takes place in the old Boston & Maine Engine house where train engines were repaired during the heyday of the railroads. The house was built in the early 1900's and given a second life in the early 1980's when it was converted into the pottery production facility.

Salmon Falls' wares are sold online and in two shops, including one on the site of their factory. Their staff has seven potters, eleven decorators, and a 30-member support staff.

Location: Oak Street, Dover New Hampshire 03820 Telephone 603-749-1467 Toll Free: 800-621-2030 Fax 603-749-6248

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