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Ceramic Tea Cups: Made by Hand in the USA

Ceramic Tea Cups: Made by Hand in the USA at Our Bedford, VA Pottery

Make your afternoon tea time something really special with one of our handmade ceramic tea cups. Choose from our selection of rich, solid tones and bright, botanical designs.

Our collection of handcrafted tea cups have been popular with our customers for so many years because they represent everything that American-made pottery has to offer - sturdy, solid design for years of use, handsome lines and form from the individual crafting of each piece, and subtle nuances in the pattern from tea cup to tea cup as each one is painted by hand.

We are proud to say that all our ceramic tea cups are handmade right here in the USA at Emerson Creek Pottery - a domestic pottery company that has been located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia since 1977. All of our ceramic tea cups are microwave and dishwasher safe, ovenproof, and 100% lead free.

Iris Tea Cup

Copper Clay Tea Cup

Appalachian Trail Mug

Tuscan Olive Tea Cup

American Blue Tea Cup

Dogwood Tea Cup

Blue Crab Tea Cup

Pinecone Tea Cup

Lavender Tea Cup

Cranberry Tea Cup

Blueberry Tea Cup

Dragonfly Tea Cup

Red Poppy Tea Cup

Go Green Earthware Tea Cup

Summer Peaks Tea Cup

What Our Customers Say:

Tea Cup Testimonial

I couldn't pick one piece - I had to pick a category, and you'll understand why in just a minute! Of all the Emerson Creek Pottery ceramics in my home, my favorite is my mug collection. Whenever my girlfriends, mom or any of my four sisters come to visit, we must have tea. Each of us takes joy in picking which mug to use. All of the nature-inspired designs are so charming it often involves more than one glance to decide. Whether retired or new, I love the patterns that wrap around the mug so my left-handed loved-ones can delight in the hand-painted brush strokes, too. Most of them have started their own collections. Limiting myself to one or two additions per year, I didn't realize I had accumulated so many mugs until they were gathered for a photo. A thing of beauty is hard to resist - especially when you can employ it in hospitality!
T. Fox