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Rowantrees green tea cup made between 1950 and 1984. Rowantrees Pottery opened in 1934 and was in production until 2009. This small pottery studio was founded by Adelaide Pearson and her partner, Laura Paddock. The third and last owner. Sheila Varrnum, ran the pottery until 2009. Sheila recently passed away.

This is a 3.75" inch diameter tea cup that is 2.25 inches tall. The green glaze color was called "Evergreen." and is applied over local red marine clay. All the glazes were originally developed by Laura Paddock from minerals collected on the peninsula. The production marks are "Rowantrees" in script and" Blue Hill ME" stamped in block letters. They date it to between 1950 and 1984 according to Andrew Phelan's new book, "Following the Brick Path, The Story of Rowantrees Pottery." This cup is in good vintage condition with no chips or cracks.

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Vintage Rowantrees Pottery Tea Cup "Evergreen" Glaze Produced 1950-84 Blue Hill, Maine


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: pottery, marine clay, ceramic
  • Feedback: 141 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Maine, United States.