The Peacock Pottery name comes from the history of the pottery. The artists were inspired by the regal colors of the male Peacock and their eye. To this day, the green and cobalt blue colors are mainstays and the Peacock Eye can be seen in many patterns. It just made sense to me to name the business after the beautiful bird that started it all!
Are you new to collecting Polish Pottery? Just start off with a small piece or two, similar to my serving tray from above. Use them as a nice addition to your dinner table. Serving trays, cheese boards, salad plates, a small bowl or a bubble mug are great starter pieces. The Bubble mug is my personal favorite, they are designed to fit perfectly in your hand. They keep your coffee or tea warm as well as your hands on those chilly winter mornings.What is Polish Pottery? It is some of the most beautiful, original handcrafted pottery produced anywhere in the world. In the Western region of Poland called Silesia, the town of Boleslawiec is busy creating one of a kind dinnerware, glassware, linens, figurines etc. The history of this pottery dates back to the 7th century. Each piece is handmade from white clay, stamped using sea sponges, painted by hand, glazed and fired at high temperatures. Every piece is lead & cadmium free, unique, handpainted , durable and the perfect heirloom dishes.