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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.

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Stoneware Pitcher and Bowl Set Enlarge

 
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Blue Agate
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Stoneware Pitcher and Bowl Set

An old fashioned look with Bennington durability!
A slightly updated and much improved take on those old-fashioned washstand sets common in bed & breakfasts. Those antique pitchers are fragile and prone to chipping and cracking. Our interpretation of this old classic is true to shape, but tough. Use this handmade stoneware pitcher and bowl set for years and then, still in perfect condition, pass it on to your daughter.

The #1969 Large bowl is 2 qts, 12"W and the #2903 Antique style pitcher is 1 1/2qt, 8"H.
CODE: 52405-P
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Summer Kitchen


The handmade stoneware dinnerware had been a great gift for Mom. Now she wanted pottery bakeware and a large blue pottery pitcher to match. It was finding the reproduction wash basin and pitcher set that brought it all back. The red painted chairs and enameled table. The soapstone sink. The tall green coffee grinder with the drawer in front that always smelled of freshly ground coffee. The painted floorboards that creaked loudly as she fixed huge breakfasts at the gas stove, pulling delicious somethings from the oven. Opening the door to a screened-in porch. Grandma's summer kitchen. What a delight!