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Why Bolesławiec Polish Pottery

Bake-ware, Bowls, Mugs, Cups, Plates, Teapots, Canisters and much more!!!


Homemade or store bought, use one dish to Roast n Serve; Bake n Serve; Microwave n Serve; Refrigerate n Serve. Polish Pottery is stoneware and therefore distributes heat evenly for perfect baking and roasting and food stays hot or cold longer during service. Easy to clean and dishwasher safe. Perfect for every day as well as on special occasions.


Polish Pottery begins with Poland’s rich deposits of high quality, heat resistant clay fired at an extremely high temperature so it will not chip or crack easily. Fired a second time seals the art work under the glaze giving each piece an easy to clean and beautiful non-fading finish. Polish Pottery is cadmium and lead free and will provide years of worry free use.


Polish Pottery is handmade and hand painted in Bolesławiec Poland. There is a large variety of interesting shaped vessels and patterns. You will be captivated by the remarkable artistic ability and care that is dedicated to each hand-painted piece. Amazingly, Polish Pottery patterns are generally harmonious to one another and will become the centerpiece of your dining experience.

The Art - Patterns


Traditional patterns are long established, time-honored, and very classic such as the famous peacock circles. Most Traditional patterns have simple repeating circles or shapes with one to three colors. The historic cobalt blue against that fabulous white clay screams Polish Pottery.


“Unique” patterns have more decorative features, further detail, expression and complexity. Many Unikat patterns have a larger combination of different stamped shapes, brush strokes and colors. In addition to traditional blue you will encounter more green, red, yellow, purple and earth tones.


Signature patterns are Unikat patterns that are exclusive to an individual, accomplished, master artist. These pieces are exquisite and take a considerable amount of time to paint and are signed by the artist. They are produced in lesser quantities making Signature more collectible.