StonewarebyTBPOTS

TB Pots Stoneware Pottery

Maine, United States · 1828 Sales

StonewarebyTBPOTS

TB Pots Stoneware Pottery

Maine, United States 1828 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(324)

Announcement   Show Schedule 2016 Click "Read More" for our entire 2016 craft show schedule.
~June 4-5 Celebrate! West Hartford
~June 11 Market Square Day, Portsmouth, NH
~June 18 Crafts on the River, Kennebunkport
~June 25 South Berwick Strawberry Festival
~June 25 Kingfield Pops

~July 2 Bethel Art Show
~July 4 Bar Harbor, on the green www.islandartisans.com
~July 9 Belfast Art in Park (please note! we will be in the “new” artists section down the road from the original show)
~July 9 Norwary Arts Festival
~July 16 Bridgton Art in Park (rain date the 17th)
~July 16 Mollyocket Days, Bethel
~July 23 Oakfest, Oakland Maine (Belgrade Lake area)
~July 30-31 Grand Lake Stream Folkart Festival
~July 31, Sunday Moore Park Art Show South Paris

~August 6-7 North Hampton, NH www.seacoastartisans.com
~August 13 Lobster Festival Winter Harbor
~August 13 Bucksport Art Festival
~August 20 Brunswick Outdoor Art Festival www.brunswickdowntown.org
~August 20 Charlotte Hobbs Memorial Library Lovell Me (actually located at the middle school)
~August 29 Portland Fine Craft Show, downtown Portland

~September 3-4 Bar Harbor (pending) www.islandartisans.com
~September 10 Smiling Hill Farm (pending) www.umc.com

~October 1-2 Saugherties Garlic Festival www.hvgf.com
~October 8-10 Stowe, Vt. www.craftproducers.com
~October 15-16 Roseland Cottage, Woodstock, Ct www.historicnewengland.com
~October 28-30 Essex Junction Vt. www.vtcraftworkers.com

~November 4-6 Boston Christmas Festival
~November 12 Portsmouth www.seacoastartisans.com
~November 19-20 Old Deerfield Christmas Festival

~December 3 Christmas Prelude, Kennebunkport
~December 3 North Yarmouth Academy Christmas fair

Announcement
Last updated on May 31, 2016

Show Schedule 2016 Click "Read More" for our entire 2016 craft show schedule.
~June 4-5 Celebrate! West Hartford
~June 11 Market Square Day, Portsmouth, NH
~June 18 Crafts on the River, Kennebunkport
~June 25 South Berwick Strawberry Festival
~June 25 Kingfield Pops

~July 2 Bethel Art Show
~July 4 Bar Harbor, on the green www.islandartisans.com
~July 9 Belfast Art in Park (please note! we will be in the “new” artists section down the road from the original show)
~July 9 Norwary Arts Festival
~July 16 Bridgton Art in Park (rain date the 17th)
~July 16 Mollyocket Days, Bethel
~July 23 Oakfest, Oakland Maine (Belgrade Lake area)
~July 30-31 Grand Lake Stream Folkart Festival
~July 31, Sunday Moore Park Art Show South Paris

~August 6-7 North Hampton, NH www.seacoastartisans.com
~August 13 Lobster Festival Winter Harbor
~August 13 Bucksport Art Festival
~August 20 Brunswick Outdoor Art Festival www.brunswickdowntown.org
~August 20 Charlotte Hobbs Memorial Library Lovell Me (actually located at the middle school)
~August 29 Portland Fine Craft Show, downtown Portland

~September 3-4 Bar Harbor (pending) www.islandartisans.com
~September 10 Smiling Hill Farm (pending) www.umc.com

~October 1-2 Saugherties Garlic Festival www.hvgf.com
~October 8-10 Stowe, Vt. www.craftproducers.com
~October 15-16 Roseland Cottage, Woodstock, Ct www.historicnewengland.com
~October 28-30 Essex Junction Vt. www.vtcraftworkers.com

~November 4-6 Boston Christmas Festival
~November 12 Portsmouth www.seacoastartisans.com
~November 19-20 Old Deerfield Christmas Festival

~December 3 Christmas Prelude, Kennebunkport
~December 3 North Yarmouth Academy Christmas fair

Tracy Bradford

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Tracy Bradford

Green coffee cup mug
US$18.00
Brown garlic grating bowl
US$20.00
Blue garlic grating bowl
US$20.00
Garlic grating bowl
US$20.00
Brown bacon cooker
US$32.00
Green wine glass goblet chalice
US$40.00
Wine glass wine chalice
US$40.00
Blue scrambled egg cooker
US$15.00
Brown baking dish
US$45.00
Blue baking dish
US$45.00
Green coffee cup mug
US$18.00
Brown scrambled egg cooker.
US$15.00
Pair of blue mugs
US$36.00
On sale large brown bowl
US$28.00
Green coffee cup mug
US$36.00
Two green cup mug
US$36.00
On sale gray donkey cup
US$20.00
On Sale large green bowl
US$28.00
Bread baking bowl. Beer bread bowl.
US$35.00
Chowder Mug Chili Mug in Green Glaze
US$25.00
Brie cheese baking dish alberta blue glaze
US$25.00
Olive Oil Bottle Dispencer Cruet Green Glaze
US$38.00
Earring Bowl Earring Tree Green Glaze
US$40.00
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Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(324)
Randall Finn

Randall Finn on Jun 1, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

I like the flared rim because it gives me something to grasp to lift the bundt pan out of my pressure cooker. I set the bundt pan on a trivet in my pressure cooker, with the bottom 1/2 inch of the bundt pan in water, and the hole at the top of the bundt pan's flute prevents air from being trapped in the flute. I use it for cooking quinoa, teff, wild rice, blue corn grits, and steel cut oats. I use it in a pressure cooker because I am at an elevation of 1,800 feet where water boils at a lower temperature than I desire. I like the quality of the bundt pan's glaze.

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About

Twenty years of playing in mud.

Our story of clay goes back to 1988 when I was in college at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, CA. I enrolled in a hand-building course and fell in love with the process of creating. At that time I was only interested in sculptural pieces and one of a kind items. I think that was mostly due to be in an art environment... certainly no one encouraged you to make the same item twice!

Fast forward a few years and Eric and I found ourselves living on the Maine coast and looking for a more rewarding life than bartending and waitressing. He started his own lobstering business and I thought that maybe, just maybe clay might be in my future. So, I purchased a potters wheel and a little gas kiln. I signed up for a pottery making class at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts in Edgecomb, Me (very cool place and highly recommended for anyone wanting a great clay experience) for 8 weeks and learned to center clay and open it up to make bowls and cylinders. After class I ran home and practiced making more pots on my own wheel. Learning to fire pots in the kiln was a long challenge with many explosions and shard making along the path to finished work. It took me another year of practice before I was making consistent looking pots that were actually sale-able. The learning is ongoing and there are so many techniques and firing practices I haven't yet tried but plan to in the future.

Our pots are all lead free and dishwasher safe. They are also oven and microwave proof. Please enjoy looking though our shop listings and if we can answer any questions just send us a convo or an email: info [!at] tbpots.com

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Shop policies

Last updated on July 23, 2014
We take as much care getting our pottery to you as we do making the pot itself. We understand that shipping costs are expensive and assure you that we've done our homework to choose the most inexpensive carrier available (USPS). We choose Priority Mail to get our ware to your home safe and sound.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
  • Check
Payment
We love Paypal and hope you do too!
You may also pay via credit card during the checkout process.
Shipping
Yes, I know, I KNOW! Shipping is freakin' expensive. There is no shipping calculator on Etsy for each state. So, on that note I have to figure costs going from way up here in Maine to the farthest point from me in California. I will refund some shipping charges if you end up over-paying. I do the refund back to your credit card or your Paypal account. You can always email me with your zip code to get the going rate.

We ship with USPS and are very happy with the speed of delivery and care of the packages. Your pottery will be wrapped in new bubble wrap so please help the environment and re-use it or recycle it! Since we ship Priority Mail you will get your package quickly (three to four days). Also, unlike parcel post, Priority Mail gives a tracking number so you can see the progress of your package as it crosses the country.

Your package will be insured for the full value of your pottery.

International buyers: at this time we only ship a few of our smaller items internationally. We will ship First Class International with a customs declaration. You as the buyer are responsible for all duty, fees and taxes. No, I will not mark a package as "Gift" so you can avoid paying those fees as that is illegal. Delivery dates vary from one country to another. It could be as long as 3-4 weeks. Please understand it is out of our control.

Please be sure to enter the correct shipping address. Customer will be responsible for all associated costs with re-shipping to a new address.

Returns: we will accept returns within one month but you must email us ahead of time letting us know you are returning it. Returns are for store credit only. You are responsible for return shipping costs.
Refunds and Exchanges
Damage in transit: we need to know immediately! So, once it arrives please open and inspect it. If broken, SAVE ALL THE PIECES AS WELL AS PACKING MATERIAL. Then, email us asap at info [!at] tbpots.com or convo us via Etsy. In stock items we will replace immediately. One-of-a-kinds and seconds are refund or store credit, whichever you prefer.

If you are unhappy with your item please convo me here on etsy or email me at info [@] tbpots. com
Additional policies and FAQs
Please note we travel to shows FREQUENTLY and are gone for five days at a time. Email is the best way to keep in touch with us. When we return we will get in touch with you right away! We do our best to ship within 24 hours of receiving your order but if we are away at a show we will let you know the quickest shipping date so you aren't guessing at when your package will arrive.