Medium Stoneware Mug, 16oz.
A new version of an old favorite mug is reproduced in Louisville, Kentucky, by Louisville Stoneware, a potter "dedicated to the craft of transforming clay into enduring, functional stoneware pottery art forms."
An artistic and historic statement piece. The mug holds heat and cold exceptionally well, and is designed to be ovenproof, as well as microwave, dishwasher, and freezer. 16oz.
Ratings & Reviews
Imitation of "Williamsburg" pottery
by clarence 2/22/2018 9:43 pm
Very noticeably shorter than original Williamsburg pottery mug. Not the same pottery finish. Have two from the mid 1990s and broke one. Also have 4 purchased in 2012. All purchased in Williamsburg. Thought I would replace broken one but didn't realize the ones sold on this "Colonial Williamsburg" site are made in Louisville, KY, NOT at the Williamsburg pottery in VA. I realize I didn't read the description so it is my error. It lists it as a "Williamsburg Exclusive" but the key is to read the fine print - reproduced in Louisville, Kentucky. Lesson learned but if this helps someone else avoid the same mistake, that's a win. Still, very disappointed as wanted it to come close to matching my others and it doesn't. ***Response from Colonial Williamsburg Customer Service: We are very sorry you were not satisfied with the quality of this item compared to the previous version you purchased, and appreciate you taking the time to submit a review. We have sent your review to our buying team for consideration. If you would like to speak with us directly, please call our customer service line at 1-800-446-9240 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.***
A beautiful stoneware mug for my collection
by DogMom0911 11/16/2018 6:36 pm
Love this mug. It has a beautiful texture and weight to it. It is a lovely mug for my collection and I am very happy with my purchase. I love this memento of my trip to CW!
by M. Harris 11/19/2018 7:00 am
I have to agree, CW used to have their stoneware made at the Williamsburg Pottery Factory on Richmond Rd. Now, both are too commercialized and do not have same product or experience. To have it made anywhere else, especially out of state/country is unacceptable. I understand progress, business etc., however there are still folks who want to relive what we know. So sad.