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Bennington Potters - American Stoneware Pottery From Vermont
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"What a wonderful company to purchase and work with. I had not received a complete order and yesterday I spoke to Tami and she shipped out the missing pieces which I just received today. You all should give lessons to all other companies. Wow. Wow. Cheerful and wonderful people to people service. I thank you. You are great."
Susan T., Warwick, NY
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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 5-1/4" W, 16 oz.
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!