Our fine line of pottery mugs are made in the U.S.,
fashioned in the spirit of early America. They represent
several styles popular from the 1600s to 1840s, and each
is hand-turned so there are subtle variations between
pieces. These mugs are completely safe (lead-free) and can
be used in the modern kitchen, as well as at camp.
A - Bristol Bell Mug
Our Brown Bell Mug was one of the most popular styles
from the 1600s to 1850s, used by the common man of many
countries. It features an Albany Slip Glaze and holds a
generous 16 ounces.
B - 4-Ring Colonial Mug
Widely used by folks of all types, this handsome tan mug
bears 4 decorative rings and a salt glaze as was used in
colonial times. 16 oz.
C - Fleur de Lis Bell Mug
A colorful multi-colored mug with a pleasing bell shape,
this 14 oz. cup also features the fleur de lis in its
design. Appropriate for recreating the period from the
1600s to 1800s.
D - White Colonial Thistle Mug
The thistle design was used by the British, Scottish and
their descendants in America, including such groups as
Roger's Rangers. This 16 oz. mug features a white
Bristol Glaze and colonial blue markings.