Citrus, Spice, and Everything Nice Mulled Cider
Maple Old Fashioned Cocktail Recipe
Pewabic has seen it all. Established in 1903, the pottery has weathered through The Great Depression and two world wars. Needless to say, we are happy to be here today and we are proud to call Detroit our home.
We have been so lucky to connect with many of you for the first time during another uncertain time. This global pandemic has changed so much of the way we are used to interacting with each other.
Pewabic's Early Years
The Development of Pewabic's Iridescent Glazes
Guide To Our 32nd Annual House & Garden Show Weekend
Pewabic Stands the Test of Time
Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Co-Founder Mary Chase Perry Stratton
“Aretha Franklin, Rosa Parks, Gilda Radner, Martha Dodge, a list that screams Detroit’s defining women. Often one person is left off that list…Mary Stratton, the mother of Pewabic Pottery.” explains WWJ 950’s Zach Clark in a segment for International Women's Day this year. Zach Clark took a look at the century-long legacy of one of Michigan's finest artists with Pewabic’s Education Director and Archivist Annie Dennis and the Detroit Historical Society’s Manager of Education and Public Programs Kimmie Dobos Wolfe. You can listen to the full story here.
As we honor the 156th anniversary of Mary’s birth, we are thrilled to celebrate her life, legacy and impact on Detroit, Michigan, and beyond.
Special Structurally Sound Concert at Pewabic
Pewabic's Summer Cocktail Menu
Handcrafted with Pride in Detroit
Unique Tile Applications: Pewabic Fountains Past and Present
Over the years, Pewabic artists, designers and glaze specialists have left their indelible impressions on the visual legacy of Pewabic tile. This legacy is ever-evolving, pulling from the past while creating new designs for future projects.