Explore the 2020 Spring Catalog!

April 17, 2020

2020 Pewabic Spring Catalog Cover featuring Calla Vase in Frost Glaze

As life slows we are reminded of the small pleasures that bring joy to everyday moments. Pewabic’s Spring Collection celebrates flora and fauna, objects that add beauty to everyday routines, and tiles that remind us of the places we love. We are thrilled to launch a few new glaze options like this Calla Lily Vase in Frost as well as a few items previously only available in store!


While production is temporarily halted and our retail store is closed, we are still accepting orders online and will ship them as soon as Michigan's "Stay Home, Stay Safe" order is lifted. We wanted to share this special collection we have been working on for weeks in hopes that these Pewabic pieces will bring joy to your day and eventually into your home. Each order you place now is providing much needed support to maintaining the pottery during this time.
We are grateful for your continued support.




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