There is a large variety of plates, cups, bowl, and other things. We now use some of these pieces all the time. Tour the pottery factory then pick up something made right there.
This is a great self guided tour, but you really get to see the process of how the pottery comes to life. The workers are so nice and willing to answer questions you may have. The glazes are beautiful!
I suppose that our current economy, involving the interests and spending habits of tourists, millennials, and online customers, must now drive the 2013 marketing efforts of Bennington Pottery. However, many of us remember when a 1970s visit to the Bennington Potters' Yard meant an opportunity to purchase lots of slightly-irregular but well-designed pieces at affordable prices .... and this made... More
It was fun to see the pottery factory and walk through the store. And to top it all off, the tour was free!
We visited their retail store in town on our New England / Montreal Fall Foliage vacation as it was so highly recommended to us by a friend. It's a beautiful store and it has great looking functional pottery. We bought a few pieces and paid to have it shipped so we wouldn't have to deal with the airlines. But we... More
All of the pottery here is absolutely beautiful. If is on the pricy side, but worth it if you have the money. I had such trouble deciding on what to purchase because everything was gorgeous. My husband and I finally purchased a wonderful serving bowl. Unfortunately we went towards the end of the day, so they were finished with production,... More
Your best bet is to visit Bennington Potters during the week. My husband & I unfortunately hit the week end and although it was very informative it would of been much better to actually see the production in motion.
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