Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Emerson Creek Pottery artisans are continuing the American tradition of pottery making in a contemporary way. The property on which Emerson Creek Pottery sits was originally a 500-acre land grant from the King of England. In 1825, Silas Wade aquired the land and built his two room, and two story log cabin, now the home of Emerson Creek Pottery. To the north are the majestic Peaks of Otter, visible through the treetops in winter. The land rolls gently away from the house to the creek beds. More information about this historic home can be found in the Virginia Room of the Roanoke City Library, Roanoke, Virginia.
Red Poppy Mug: Admire the finely crafted brushstrokes of red, orange, green, and blue on this beautifully handmade ceramic red poppy mug. Blooms spring up from the grass all around the rim of this mug, making it a perfect way to greet your morning
This is one of the best mugs ever. I love how its thick so it makes drinking hot things not so difficult. It handles well, holds alot of liquid and is very pretty mug. I love how there pottery is handmade and very detailed! The company has a wide variety of pottery, last year I got a vase, and it was just as pretty as this mug. They have very sweet customer service, they wrap up their pottery very well in the packaging and makes to you safely! I would recommend them to anyone who loves very detailed pottery. I just can’t get over this cute mug, I use it like every day for coffee and its been washed a dozen times, still looks new.