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Are you ready for Spring?

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Are you ready for Spring? Robins are not the only birds arriving back to MN this spring. Our Pie Birds are back in stock!

Here Blue Water Polish Pottery we are ready and excited the snow in MN is gone and the ice is off the lake. When the temps reach 50F in MN many are in shorts and of course 60F this time of year is balmy so we are definitely starting the outdoor patio season.

Polish Pottery is the perfect fit for those casual meals on the patio or when you are hosting your niece’s bridal shower. I think the best way to describe the feeling you have when using our Polish Pottery stoneware is casual elegance. The stoneware is non- stick and durable and bakes evenly. It is also so very beautiful it just makes you happy.

Here at Blue Water Polish Pottery, we’re proud to carry a vast catalog of Polish Pottery. Unikat Polish pottery pieces, are specially designed, hand-painted, and signed by their artist. Our pottery is produced in Bolesławiec Poland, making it authentic Bolesławiec Polish pottery stoneware.

This Spring think of Blue Water Polish Pottery for unique gifts for Easter, 1st Communions, Bridal Showers or a fun new piece just for you!

We have a vast selection of Polish stoneware, including items for all sorts of cooking occasions. We are always getting in new pieces so check back frequently. You can check out our full catalog here!

Fall is going to the apple orchard, sipping hot apple cider & of course warm apple pie!

Fall has officially arrived and as the days become cooler it is fun to embrace the season. Fall is football, back to school, hayrides & going to the apple orchard. I love going to the apple orchard in the fall. This year will be special because our 1st Granddaughter will be exploring the apple orchard too with her [...]

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That First Cup of Coffee

I love to start my mornings by walking in the garden or along the lakeshore with my 1st cup of coffee. There is something peaceful about being outdoors and observing nature. The brilliant blue color of the water seems to be more vivid in the morning light. Which is how we decided on the name [...]

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Polish Pottery and the Farmer's Market... the Perfect Match!

The Farmers market is just one of the delights of summer. I love going to the local market because it is a feast for your eyes and your table. The fresh fruits and vegetables are at the peak of favor. By shopping at the local farmer’s market, you will eat seasonally, fresh and ripe produce. A great way [...]

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Start Your Polish Pottery Dinnerware Set With Your Wedding Registry

The big day is on the horizon. You’ve picked the flowers. You spent three weeks shopping for the right gown. You’ve scheduled your hair appointment. You’re starting the next chapter of your life, and you couldn’t be more nervous, excited, and happy! A wedding is a joyous occasion, and it's a day that brings meaning [...]

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Summer is my favorite time of year for entertaining friends and family. The abundance of fresh produce from the garden and the casual dining outdoors gives you that casual but elegant table. Using Polish Pottery is an easy way to achieve this look while keeping you out of the kitchen. It looks [...]

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Memorial Day Get Togethers

Memorial Day is the unofficial start to summer. I love this time of year getting together with family and friends for casual picnics at the lake. This Memorial Day I will be making a Strawberry Rhubarb Cake in a Polish Pottery the rectangular baker Unikat Lace. I love that it goes from [...]

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Soup Is On!

There is nothing as wonderful as warm cup of soup on a chilly evening in this Polish Pottery Mug.As the temperature cools outside soup is Fall/Winter’s great comfort food.A fast easy recipe that is sure to please a crowd is Zucchini Soup.5 cups of water7 chicken Boullion cubes7 medium Zucchini peeled and diced1 8 OZ [...]

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Welcome to our new Blue Water Polish Pottery website! 

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Forget Me Not

I discovered Polish Pottery when we were transferred to Germany for my husband’s job. I thought the pottery was beautiful but expensive when I first saw it. I bought one coffee mug and slowly expanded my collection over the next few years. The more pieces I collected the more I truly appreciated that it really [...]

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