Old Sturbridge Village Handmade Redware Pottery Porringer
Pickup available at Ox & Yoke Store located in Oliver Wight Building
Usually ready in 24 hours
Made by the talented potters at Old Sturbridge Village using techniques and designs from our collection. Historically known for holding broth or gruel (a type of porridge), these pottery pieces make the perfect addition to your tableware. Skilled craftspeople create each piece of redware pottery at Old Sturbridge Village in Massachusetts.
Annual Wood Firing in our Historic Kiln: Once a year, our potters fire up our historic wood fired kiln to create LIMITED EDITION pieces. This pottery item has been created by hand but is then placed in the wood fed kiln for the final step creating a deeper, richer color with variations to the glaze. Located outside the Old Sturbridge Village potters shed, the large, reproduction brick “updraft bottle” kiln is used once a year for firing pots. Visit OSV.org to see details on our kiln.
- Care: dishwasher, microwave, and oven safe
- Each porringer is handmade so no two are exactly the same size, shape or color.
- Dimensions: approx. 5.5" x 5" x 3"
- Handmade by Old Sturbridge Village potters
- Signed on the bottom