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Ceramics
We have a beautiful collection of hand painted ceramic designs!

From local scenes of beautiful Marblehead to Boston's Swan boats our ceramics celebrate local landmarks and traditions. You can even celebrate your own landmark or tradition by having a custom piece designed just for you!

Made in the U.S.A.

Our ceramics are individually hand painted, double glazed, and signed by the artist. They are food safe, but to protect the beautiful finish, please hand wash and avoid the microwave.

Our ceramic pieces can be personalized for a truly unique gift. Ideal for wedding gifts, anniversaries, birthdays, or your own special event.

If you would like us to create your own custom design, please call us today!

Many of our ceramic pieces are available immediately, but others will be painted to order as the available inventory waxes and wanes with the inspiration of our artists so please allow 3- 4 weeks for delivery.

If you need something immediately, please call us about availability.

Call 1-800-575-1262 for more information about any of our Ceramics, or visit us at our Marblehead store.

Marblehead Ceramics - Small Round Box with lid in Racing Sailboats Pattern Marblehead Ceramics - Medium Marblehead Ceramics - Medium Round Box with lid in Racing Sailboats Pattern Marblehead Ceramics - Large Round Box with lid in Racing Sailboats Pattern
Marblehead Ceramics - Bud Vase in Racing Sailboats Pattern
Hand Painted Ceramic Menorah with Marblehead scene
Hand Painted Ceramic Menorah with Marblehead scene Marblehead Ceramics - Judaica Elijah Goblet in Racing Sailboats Pattern Marblehead Ceramics - Judaica Miriam Goblet in Racing Sailboats Pattern
Marblehead Ceramics - Piggy Bank in Racing Sailboats Pattern Marblehead Ceramics - Judaica Matzah Plate in Racing Sailboats Pattern
Marblehead handpainted ceramics - 2016 Annual Plate featuring the Elliott Roundy Grandstand at Seaside Park Marblehead handpainted ceramics - 2017 Annual Plate - Marblehead Pub Crawl - A Classic Tradition