Stoneware Regular Crock. Most commonly used in the kitchen for wooden spoons and other utensils, but can just as easily be used for a plant or extra rolls of toilet paper in the bath. Approximately 6" wide x 8" tall. Shown with Optional Handles.
Thomas Chandler (1810-1854) - Butter Crock with Lid. Alkaline Glazed Stoneware with Slip Decorations. Stamped "CHANDLER / MAKER" on both Crock and Lid. Edgefield District, South Carolina. Circa 1840-1850. 9" x 8-1/2" + 9-1/2" Lid.
These modern, hand painted crocks signed by the Lancaster, PA artisan are also currently available in our eBay store. The fabulously painted, folk art scenes make an excellent addition to stoneware collections. These are beautiful when displayed.
I.H. WANDS / OLEAN, NY "Seneca Lake" Fish Crock - Possibly Unique Three-Gallon Stoneware Jar with Elaborate Cobalt Fish Decoration and Inscription "Seneca Lake," Stamped "I.H. WANDS / OLEAN . NY," circa 1850