handmade and wood-fired in Vermont

Bethel, Vermont | 551 Sales

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Note from shop owner Hello! Our shop will re-open in November! Follow us on Instagram (@twopotters) or Facebook (Two Potters: Becca + Nathan Webb) for updates. Thanks! Becca + Nathan

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Oct 14, 2018

Hello! Our shop will re-open in November! Follow us on Instagram (@twopotters) or Facebook (Two Potters: Becca + Nathan Webb) for updates. Thanks! Becca + Nathan

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Thank you for all of your orders this week! We just added a couple more of these "peach oatmeal" colored mugs to our shop.
Spoon rests back in stock.
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One day, the phone rang in Becca's pottery studio.

It was Nathan - a potter in Vermont and a total stranger at the time- calling to see if Becca would teach a clay workshop at his studio.

Two hours into the phone call, we were still happily talking . . . and three months later, we were engaged!

We decided we would set up shop on an old hill farm in central Vermont. But there was much work to be done to make it all happen.

We soon began collecting bricks for the wood-fired kiln we had both dreamed of, and spent our first five years together designing and building ourselves such a kiln, under a barn, and a timber frame workshop that today houses our studio + business, Two Potters.

We "commute" across our lawn to work, steaming mug of tea in hand, alternating hanging out with our two little kids and making pottery.

We make stoneware mugs, bowls, plates, mason jars, vases, spoon rests, fermenting crocks, and butter keepers. Our pieces are fired day + night for four full days, during which time we stoke our kiln with scrap slab wood to a temperature of 2300 degrees Fahrenheit. The ash from the burning wood makes a natural glaze on the pottery.

The kiln cools for a week before we can unload the 1000+ pieces that fill the two chambers. It takes us several months to fill the kiln, and month to complete a firing cycle - loading, firing, cooling, unloading, and readying the work for sale.

Additional pieces are fired in a small electric kiln, which is powered by solar-panels on the roof of our showroom, once the milk house for a dairy farm. The sun also powers our pottery wheels and other studio electricity needs.

Our pottery is available by visiting our Vermont studio, here on Etsy, at shows and markets in New England, as well as for custom wedding registries and dinnerware sets.

Read more about our studio in Etsy's Seller's Handbook:

Shop members

  • Becca Webb

    Owner, Maker, Business Manager

    Becca grew up in New England. She fell in love with clay on a borrowed pottery wheel in her garage when she was a teenager, and has been working in clay ever since.

  • Nathan Webb

    Owner, Maker, Kiln Guru

    Nathan was born in TN, grew up in the midwest, and originally came to Vermont for a pottery job. He spent two years driving the back roads looking for a farm. The old dairy farm he bought is now the home of Two Potters.

Shop policies

Last updated on October 17, 2017
Hello there! Thanks for visiting our shop. Our pottery is handmade with care, and fired either in a wood-fired in a kiln we built ourselves, or an electric kiln which will soon be solar-powered! We do custom work & wedding registries. You can visit our studio in Vermont or find us at a show in the New England area. More info at our website,

Accepted payment methods

  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • Apple Pay
  • Klarna
  • Sofort
  • Ideal
  • Paypal
  • GiftcardAccepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
Contact me within: 7 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 14 days of delivery
I don't accept cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Returns and exchange details
We pride ourselves on customer service, and will do everything we can to remedy any issues you have with a purchase!

If you're unhappy with your purchase, please inform us as soon as possible. If the only resolution is a return, you will be responsible for the safe return of the package within 14 days, and its return shipping cost. A full refund (minus our shipping cost) will be granted after we have received the pottery intact!

Should your pottery arrive damaged or broken, we will try to find a suitable replacement as soon as possible. The replacement will be shipped at our cost, or we will ssue you a refund.

Please keep in mind . . . if you are not completely satisfied with some aspect of your experience here, please consider contacting us (via convo or email nathanandbecca [at] before leaving our family's business a negative review. We will work hard to improve your experience!
We accept all payment methods!

Vermont residents pay 6% sales tax, automatically added via PayPal.
We know it stinks to pay for shipping. We don't like it either. But here's the thing: we are a really small business, and sending boxes costs us real dollars! There are no slim mailers or lightweight bags or volume discounts to be found here, just sturdy, clean boxes carefully packed with our time + attention.

In the vast majority of cases, the shipping cost just barely covers our costs. However, if the shipping you pay works out too high, we'll send you a coupon code for free shipping on your next order!

We ship via USPS, almost always Priority Mail. Your box will leave our studio 1-3 days from the time you place your order.

We do reserve the right to use USPS First class if Priority is cost-prohibitive for us, which means take a week or so to arrive. If you need expedited shipping, please contact us if you're willing to pay the extra cost.

GIFTS. If your purchase is a gift, please use the ship-to address at checkout. We will happily include a note; please leave your message, as well as who the gift is from, in the ‘notes to seller.’

INTERNATIONAL. We are happy to quote you for a shipment! Please let us know which item(s) you are interested in purchasing so we can estimate the size and weight of the box, and pass the cost info along to you. If you're OK with the shipping charges, and willing to pay whatever customs duties or fees are imposed on the box at the time of delivery, we will set up a listing for you! Please send us a convo, or an email to nathanandbecca [at] Thanks!
Additional policies and FAQs
In most cases, you will receive the exact piece in the photo!

If we are using a stock photo, and the piece(s) you purchase will vary slightly from the photo, we will always try to share that in the description of the item.

When you purchase anything from Two Potters: Becca & Nathan Webb, you agree to hold Becca Van Fleet Webb & Nathan Webb harmless from any loss, damage or injury due to any products purchased from us. Our maximum liability to you is the amount you paid for the item(s) purchased. All items offered on this site are provided "as is" and without warranties of any kind, whether express or implied.

Note: We reserve the right to update these policies at any time.

Thank you!