Barbarah Robertson Pottery
Handmade Pottery for Home, Garden & Giving
Visit our Etsy shop for easy & secure online shopping!
Wholesale is for qualified re-sellers ONLY
Standard Lead Time: 8-10 weeks
Holiday Lead Time: 8-14 weeks — Rush orders are NOT available.
Holiday Order Limit: Due to overwhelming order volume, we have a strict 60 mug limit per order in place from June to August 1st. This is non-negotiable.
Important Holiday Dates: All pre-Holiday orders MUST be placed before AUGUST 1st to guarantee your order is delivered before Black Friday.
When we reach our limit, regardless of date, ordering will be shut down. Order early if possible.
Online Wholesale Platforms: IndieMe.com
(if you are not a member, please email me for a direct link and expedited application)
Direct Wholesale: Use the contact form below, please include your business name, location/city/state, social media and a little bit about your shop! 🙂
Colorful handmade pottery mugs in a rainbow of choices! Choose from our standard diner mug (shown) or our cozy belly mug
Our Bee & Honey Collection includes mugs, tea plates, ring dishes, ornaments and more, perfect for year round displays
Customizable mugs are one of our best sellers! These mugs can feature your city, state, zip code, shop name, school/team or custom words/phrases.
Lots of fun color combinations available!
Contact us for more info…
Please include shop name, location, and website/social media in all wholesale inquiries
How to care for your handmade pottery
Most of our pottery is both microwave & dishwasher safe. With proper use and care, your handmade pottery should last well beyond your lifetime. Here are a couple of our recommendations for long term use.
•When placing in the dishwasher, take care that pieces are not touching. Turn mug handles in, or place between the tines of the upper tier in your dishwasher. Make sure adjacent pieces are securely placed so they do not rattle around.
•When hand-washing, take care to not tap the piece or handle on the inside or edge of the sink or countertop. This can cause cracks that will appear once the piece is dried or reused.
•When using pottery to bake in a conventional oven, do not place cold or room temperature pottery into a super hot oven. Allow the pot to heat up with your oven to prevent thermal shock.
•Do not pour boiling liquid into a cold piece of pottery, or cold liquids into a hot piece of pottery! This will cause thermal shock, which can result in microfractures or cracks. If you suspect that your pottery is cracked, please discontinue use.
•Do not place hot pottery onto a cold surface, this will cause thermal shock, which can result in microfractures or cracks.
•NEVER USE over an open flame or stove top!