American/USA Made Pottery & Ceramic Art

We are compiling a list of manufacturers, from large corporations and small companies down to individuals that produces and/or sells Pottery & Ceramic Art made here in the United States.

This page may list Pottery & Ceramic Art made from materials 100% manufactured here in America, but some may also contain a percentage produced outside the USA.

Pottery & Ceramic Art

If a company listing contains an orange heading then those will contain links to retailers where you can buy USA made Pottery & Ceramic Art on-line, and there may be offerings from multiple retailers for the same items. Most retailer listings are found deeper into the individual sub-categories.

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Earthborn Pottery

Earthborn Pottery is organic by nature and by design, giving the food professional access to custom-made products that stand out amidst the round & white monopoly of tabletop merchandise. Proven in the restaurant industry since 1997, chefs of every standing recognize the beauty and utility of Earthborn pottery.
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East Alabama Pottery

I like making pottery in the old Traditional Southern Folk Art Style. First it reminds me of what I like and have seen while growing up in the south. There are a few that still do this in that style. If your one of those that do, I take my hat off to you and say thank you for keeping the tradition alive. I want to do my part to help keep it alive & strong among others.
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Emerson Creek Pottery

Our handcrafted ceramics are formed of clay made onsite. Each piece is hand made, hand painted and fired in a gas kiln. Each pattern is a series of carefully planned strokes. No templates or stencils are used. The patterns are practiced and committed to memory. The artists paint the pattern again and again. Each piece is alike and yet different, like flowers in a field. We are currently featuring 13 different lines of ceramic pottery, including our beloved signature line - Field of Iris, a classic since 1977. All of our work is microwave and dishwasher safe, lead free and ovenproof.
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Heath Ceramics & Pottery

Heath Ceramics is one of the few remaining mid-century American potteries still in existence today. We have been making tableware and tile for over a half-century right here in our Sausalito, California factory. Our crew of 60 skilled craftsmen (many having been here for 20+ years) still makes every product on the premises, often utilizing the methods and techniques developed by Edith throughout her life. in 2009, the heath story expanded to include heath los angeles - a retail space, design studio & art gallery. in 2010, we welcomed the newest addition to our family - the heath marketplace in the san francisco ferry building.
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Luki Arts

We produce high quality ceramic art depicting historic Hawaiian petroglyphs and calligraphy Kanji symbols. Each work is hand crafted here on Kaua'i, carved and shaped, then bisque fired to 1900 degrees in our own kiln, painted and sealed in our south side Lawai studio.
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Maggie Weldon, Lace Pottery Ornamental Bowls

Lace Pottery by Maggie Weldon is a company which was conceived out the creator's love for crochet and her passion for pottery. Best known for her extremely popular crochet designs and the brand Maggie's Crochet, Maggie Weldon now produces one-of-a-kind ceramic creations in her Kernersville, NC, studio. Using a variety of vintage lace doilies from her extensive collection, she gently presses them into delicate slabs of porcelain clay, crafting unique testimonies of the original lace-maker's skill. These treasured heirlooms are each a stamped, limited edition and come with a Certificate of Authenticity.
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Pfeiffer Fire Arts

All of our pottery is hand made and composed of either stoneware or porcelain. We have developed our own set of glazes, and will continue to experiment and add new glazes. While glaze development is a time consuming task we learn a great deal from it and feel it gives our pottery a distinctive look. It also gives us great flexibility in creating just the glaze we like. What about the Fiber part of the name? Well, we also produce home-spun wool (Lincoln) yarn and weavings made from that yarn. That has been an on-going interest of Dan's for years and years. If someone should have an interest we could do private lessons on spinning or weaving. Both are great fun but much like pottery are complex and quite time consuming. The home-spun wool is used to make rugs but Dan's first love in weaving was in overshot and he may at some point go back to doing more of it.
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Susan Johnston Pottery

I specialize in making functional pottery as well as ceramic Christmas ornaments and crosses. Each piece is made of high-quality, stoneware clay and is glazed by hand and fired twice in my kiln. I mix my own glazes from raw chemicals and offer reliable glazes in a variety of colors. All of my pottery is food-safe and crafted for daily use!
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Some of the companies listed in this directory that produce items here in America, may also have them manufactured in other countries as well. Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices and product designs with little or no notice, so if there are questions that still remain, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.


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