Classic yellowware is a type of heavy, durable earthenware ubiquitous in American kitchens from the 1830's - 1940's. Its yellow color derived from the type of clay it was made from and varied in intensity from pale to deep yellow.
These yellowware pitchers are a modern take on their predecessors, updated in a neutral palette. More taupe than yellow, their white bands are topped with a clear glaze. We love them filled with iced tea, sangria or flowers.
Farmhouse Pottery is reinventing beloved vintage American pottery designs with a subtle color palette, slight variations in texture, and spare lines. Their pieces are both practical and beautiful, a winning combination in our book. Each piece is wheel thrown at their studio in Vermont
Oven, microwave, and dishwasher safe
Medium: 4.5" wide x 7" high; 32 oz
Large: 5.5" wide x 10" high; 80 oz
Made in Vermont