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Bennington Potters - American Stoneware Pottery From Vermont
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"After I toured your facility and saw the amount of work that goes into each piece...I treasure mine even more than previously. You truly are among the most gifted."
Judith S., Rome, NY
Quality Counts!
We pride ourselves on creating handcrafted pottery with a level of quality and design that few other potteries in the world achieve.

We are not satisfied until you are satisfied.

Vermont made
for 65 years.
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1 Medium Basic Bowl | 16 oz | Any Glaze Enlarge

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Tavernware
Blue Agate
Black On Green Agate
Elements Gold
Elements Blue
Elements Green
White On White
Morning Glory Blue

1 Medium Basic Bowl | 16 oz | Any Glaze

Our most popular dinnerware bowl!
This multi-purpose bowl will be your new favorite! Designed for multi-purpose, this handsome beauty is just perfect as a cereal bowl, pasta bowl, sure!--even a nice, deep soup bowl! The thick beaded rim on this stoneware bowl makes it as indestructable as pottery can possibly be-- definitely meant to be used every day! Bowls in the Morning Glory Blue glaze are not displayed but they are available. Note***Bowl prices vary by glaze selection.

Our #2049 Medium Basic Bowl is 2-1/2"H, 5-1/4"W, 16 ounces.
CODE: 2049-P
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Marky Maypo's Cereal Bowl


Do you remember Marky Maypo? He was the TV character who sold us on eating the hot cereal Maypo! Oh come on – you ate it too! It was all because we wanted that free cereal bowl he used! Of course it was partly because it came with him holding it. Well I sent for mine and never got it and have been searching for the perfect cereal bowl ever since. I wanted something made in Vermont and had heard of a place that made a handmade clay pottery bowl set – I thought it was called Bennington Pottery and headed out to find it. My search took me to a wonderful pottery located in Bennington, Vermont called Bennington Potters. I got to see pottery making on a factory tour and learned how they applied a pottery glaze. After spending an interesting and educational tour I found the perfectly sized cereal bowl that would have made Marky Maypo say "Who wants some Maypo?". Search over!