Boleslawiec pottery is made in Boleslawiec, Poland. It has been a chief style of art there for hundreds of years. Boleslawiec, the town, is synonymous with the ceramics that it produces. The pottery is easy to recognize with its colors being mainly blue and white. Because of the beauty of this pottery, it seems as though there has been a renewal of interest for it in the United States.
The area of Poland where this pottery is made is bountiful with clay deposits. Because of this abundance in clay deposits, this explains how they make such vast quantities of pottery. After being fired, the pottery is considered stoneware and is quite durable. The finished product will be marked with a mark of its authenticity on the bottom of each Boleslawiec item.