Vermont Pottery Studio
2017 is our 45th year in business as a full-time working pottery. We want to thank everyone for their support over these many years.
Robert and his wife, Christine, live on a former dairy farm, in one of the mountain valleys that surround Bristol, Vermont. The barn serves as his studio and showroom and the 19th-century farmhouse is their home.
Views of our Fall Foliage at the Pottery.
Most of Robert's Stoneware and Porcelain pottery is Wood-Fired in a Noborigama kiln. A Salt Glazed atmosphere is achieved in the second chamber of this Japanese-style kiln.
The Pit Fired and Raku Pottery is fired in special kilns designed for these unique effects. Robert throws each piece of pottery individually on a potter's wheel.
Visit the Vermont Pottery Studio
The pottery is open most days from 10 am - 5 pm
Call, 802-453-3778 for our daily schedule.
WCAX video, An Uncommon Kiln, from 2010, includes an interview and shows Robert firing his Noborigama.
Christine & Robert have always had a strong interest in history. They both grew up surrounded by antique photos, family members, and their stories. Robert took over compiling his family ancestry. To share the information he collected, he began putting his ancestor's images and stories on his mugs.
We now do this for other families and recently created History Mugs, a business focused on putting biographies on mugs.
Visit our HistoryMugs website to see what we offer.
Find our History Mugs at the following locations.
- Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg, PA.
- The Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC.
- The Ethan Allen Homestead, Burlington, VT.
- The President Calvin Coolidge Museum, Plymouth, VT.
- The Fairbanks House Museum, Dedham, MA.
- The Martin Van Buren National Historic Site, Kinderhook, NY.
- The Sullivan Museum & History Center, Norwich University, Northfield, VT.