She opened her first studio in the John Ward House. Her second studio was located at One Brown Street.
Later she use the "Colonial Model Shop" at 49 Turner Street, across from the House of the Seven Gables.
A gift shop followed at the Hawthorne Hotel.
After her artistic reputation was established, Sarah created a line of mementos for tourists, including incense burners,
witch-stirred caldrons, door knockers, and paper weights.
Sarah continued working well into her eightieth year, and enjoyed great celebrity late in her life.
DOORSTOPS Designed By SARAH SYMONDS :
HOUSE of SEVEN GABLES
FENCE With URN & SHRUBS
PINGREE HOUSE -- Doorstop (Not Shown at this Website)
PINGREE HOUSE -- Bookend
LADY Holding HATBOX & CARPET BAG
LADY With PARASOL
COTTAGE DOORWAY With FLOWERS -- (Not Shown at this Website)
CAT -- (Not Shown at this Website)
Below is her typical signature