Dinnerware made in the USA is still being made and we have a guide to the companies making it here. We have done the hard work for you of locating these great companies that produce American made tableware. We tried to include in our directory formal and informal place settings for you to select from.
We have assembled a collection of dinnerware of several different types of materials. Our list is still growing as we search for even more companies plates and bowls in the United States. Maybe you can help us with locating companies to list here. This is a grass roots effort and we are all in it together.
Preserve Purposeful Plastics. Since our founding in 1996, Preserve has sought to offer a new way of thinking about the everyday products we use. After all, products are more than just products. They have implications and effects far beyond the box or bag they come in. Each one carries a cost. Preserve offers better products—ones that look good, do their job well and require no compromise from our customers or our planet. Plastics have radically transformed the kinds of products available for use in our daily lives, from cars to cell phones to cups to candy wrappers—but they’re also curious […]
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Bennington Potters makes American classic mugs Whether you use a mug for fresh coffee, steaming tea, rich hot chocolate, spiced cider, soup, or a tankard of your favorite lager, the right feel is important. We offer handmade stoneware mugs in a variety of sizes, shapes and glaze colors to fit every need. Little or large hands – you’re covered.
Emerson Creek Pottery Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Emerson Creek Pottery artisans are continuing the American tradition of pottery making in a contemporary way. Emerson Creek Pottery’s ceramic pieces have been featured at Mt. Vernon, Monticello, and the Smithsonian Institute. Influenced by the energy of Early American cobalt decoration, owners Priscilla Palmer and Jim Leavitt founded Emerson Creek Pottery in 1977
Fire & Light hand-poured colored glass tableware has a way of drawing the eye,enchanting the viewer with the unique play of light that filters through its rich spectrum of colors and textures. This enchantment is not simply a quality of the glass or its pigmentation, but of the very way in which it is made, the very hands that pour and press it, the beliefs and spirit that drive the people who craft the product, and the community from which it originates. Fire & Light colored glassware is a product whose history is a kind of future, where age-old craftsmanship […]
Georgetown Pottery has been handcrafting fine porcelain on the coast of Maine since 1972. With a flare for style and consciousness of function, we create pottery that is beautiful enough to display, yet durable enough for everyday use. We make each piece by hand at our Georgetown studio. Our offerings include items for the kitchen, bath, dining room, garden and home. Everything is microwave, dishwasher, and oven safe, and lead-free. Our brushwork patterns celebrate the beauty of Maine, while our exquisite glazes are vibrant and colorful with a decidedly Asian feel.
Hadley Pottery, Set the Table and Start a Tradition. Hadley Pottery is a beautiful reflection of you, your creativity, and your style. Passed around the table, and passed down from generation to generation, each piece represents the things you cherish most. Hadley plates are the perfect way to start your collection, and start a conversation with your family!
Hartstone Pottery, one of America’s richest pottery traditions. Our factory store in Zanesville, Ohio has undergone multi-million dollar renovations. Our website is a destination in and of itself. We’ve proudly associated with fine retailers like Orvis, Plow & Hearth and countless independent retailers across the country. With a fresh approach, and thanks to people like you who appreciate the value of our one of a kind pottery, it’s with great pride that we say that Hartstone is here to stay.
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 40 skilled craftsmen (many having been here for 20+ years) still makes every product on the premises
Jered’s Pottery of California. We make fine, modern dinnerware for the changing tastes of our community. We make them durable, safe and with the best methods and materials available. Beautify your table.
The Homer Laughlin China Co. remains the largest domestic pottery employing over 1100 skilled workers in a 37 acre facility. As a leader in the china design and manufacturing market, Homer Laughlin has pursued the issues that matter most: lead-free dinnerware, durability, contemporary design and timely delivery.