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"Thank you and the good folks at Bennington Pottery for a job well done. You should be proud of the quality of your service and product. You guys are the BEST!"
Mike M., Wallingford, CT
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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 American Classic Mug |16 oz |Any Glaze Enlarge

O T H E R   V I E W S
 
C O L O R S
Blue Agate
Morning Glory Blue
Black On Green Agate
Elements Gold
Elements Blue
Elements Green
Mt Equinox
Tavernware

1 American Classic Mug |16 oz |Any Glaze

The Cadillac of big, beautiful mugs!
The location: A classic American diner, such as The Blue Benn Dining Car here in Bennington, Vermont. Gleaming chrome. Patsy Cline. While you linger over the newspaper, your waitress, Bernice, stops by to refill your large coffee mug with joe. Enjoy this timeless tradition at home, with Bennington Potters' American Classic mug. Makes a great soup mug too! Note***Mug prices vary by glaze selection.

Our #9925 American Classic Mug is 3-3/4"H,3-3/4"W,and about 16 oz to the rim.
CODE: 9925-P
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There Were Rules of Course


There were at least a dozen of us who brought a large coffee mug to work instead of using the fragile paper ones stacked near the coffee maker. Hooks to hang the real mugs hung by the communal sink so that we could rinse and store our mugs conveniently. Someone started a contest to pick the most unique mug and rules were established. The mug had to be American made. The judges had to consider it unique. Choosing the perfect mug was a very important consideration. I didn't fret. Obviously this called for a trip to my favorite pottery shop – Bennington Potters - "American Made Stoneware Pottery" at its finest. A sure winner would be found there! I bought myself a blue agate trigger – their signature mug – a Tavernware tankard, and an American classic mug in a green glaze. The one I was sure was going to knock their socks off though was a very unique coffee mug with a pottery glaze called Mt. Equinox. Real arts and crafts pottery. Not only was I sure that it would win the contest for me, I also thought that it would be a great gift for 'my something small but cool' gift list. I ended up buying a dozen mugs that day! I almost felt guilty. The contest was already won.