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Bennington Potters - American Stoneware Pottery From Vermont
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"Hey y'all, first off, thank y'all for doing what you do. My family very much enjoys the handmade pottery which y'all create. This batter bowl is my mother's Christmas gift!"
Dan B., Temple, TX
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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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Vermont Cheese Board Set Enlarge

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

Vermont Cheese Board Set

Made in Vermont!
Two exquisite Vermont-made products are an excellent pair! Our neighbor, JK Adams of Dorset, VT, makes the beautiful 16" maple board to custom fit our pottery cheese plate. Glass dome included. Want to make it an extra special gift? Sold additionally, Danforth Pewterer of Vermont makes the finest Cheese Knife we've seen anywhere.
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Country Store in Vermont


Going to the country store was a big deal. It was something we always did on our Vermont family vacations. There was penny candy there and wonderful looking desserts on pedestal cake stands. I loved to get rock candy on sticks! My older brothers Tom, Pat, and James liked to fish around in the handmade stoneware crock for the biggest sour pickles they could find. That was their idea of a treat – yuck! The little ones - as we called Maureen, Kate, Laura and Joe – loved the paper strips with candy "pills" on them so they could play doctor and pharmacist. The stoneware pie pans with every imaginable variety of pie were always where Matt was drawn. He could never decide on which piece he wanted though! Theresa and Meg always studied the stoneware pottery figurines hoping Mom would break down and buy them one of those. They'd finally end up at the penny candy case and take their sweet time choosing. Finally Dad would ask the owner to cut us a huge hunk of Vermont cheddar from the big cheese plate under the glass dome. We'd have that with apple pie after dinner – a treat almost as wonderful as going to the country store in Vermont!