Gettysburg Polish Pottery

Gettysburg Polish Pottery opened at 102 Baltimore Street just a block off Lincoln square in historic Gettysburg Pennsylvania in August of 2014.  We stock over 3500 shapes in exquisite patterns of polish stoneware from the Ceramica Artystyczna factory in Boleslawiec, Poland. We have designed our displays and shelving for ease in viewing the shapes and patterns, and we make a table available that you can personally use to create your combination of those perfect pieces.

If you are not familiar with polish pottery, it is lead and cadmium-free, safe for use in the oven, microwave, and dishwasher, and extremely resistant to chips and cracks. Baking and cooking in polish pottery is an absolute joy.  It maintains its temperature once removed from the oven to keep food ideal for serving.  The pottery literally cleans up like it was a piece of Teflon! Once you bake in a polish pottery casserole, that will be the one you use every time.  the tableware is typically mixed and matched for the perfect combination.  If you prefer, table settings are beautiful in one pattern instead of combinations.

When you walk into our shop, stop for a second and imagine that every single piece of beautiful stoneware has been touched by a very talented artisan as they apply the technique of hand stamping and hand painting. Each piece is a creation of individual artwork; hence no two pieces are ever exactly alike.

Our goal is customer satisfaction.  We work very hard to assist our customers in finding the exact piece of pottery to add to their current stoneware or to help them get started in their collection of pottery for everyday use or for the polish pottery collector.

In addition to pottery, we offer a selection of photography on canvas at extremely reasonable pricing. Scenes are from Gettysburg, Maine, and Savannah. None of the photography has been enhanced or “photoshopped”. They really are “just pictures”!

We would love to have you stop by and see us when you are in Gettysburg! Tips
for where to have dinner and off-the-beaten-path sights to see are always free!!