Marked: Ceramiche, Alfa - Made In Italy Size: 6-3/4 inches height, 4-inches across base Condition: used, no chips Comments: bright shiny red outside, white interior / probably was originally an olive oil vessel.
Salt glaze, Stoneware, Utilitarian, Fermenting Crock. Approximately 2 quart size. These were used to ferment sauerkraut and pickles. This one is unmarked. There are some manufacturing flaws, see photos. One small chip on the very bottom but no cracks, chips or repairs.
Salt glaze, Stoneware, Utilitarian, Fermenting Crock. Approximately 1 gallon size. These were used to ferment saur kraut and pickles. This one is unmarked. There are a few crazing lines on the inside and some manufacturing flaws, see photos. No cracks, chips or repairs.
Old Wooden Keg Tap for Beer or Wine Barrel. Comes with an extra spigot valve that is missing the little handle and has a crack in the base. The main tap is in great condition and looks like it would fit an opening about 1 inch in diameter or larger. Price is for all pieces.
A brown porcelain insulator; has an open bottom that has groves up inside which would screw onto something. Have impressed numbers on side: 30 & 119 in a shape. Size: 4-1/8 inches height, with a rounded top and a 2-1/2 inches across flat bottom. There is a grove 1-inch above the base. Has a nice weight - would make a cool paper weight or a garden decoration.
A white porcelain insulator; has an open bottom that has groves which would screw onto something. Have marks on side that are hard to read, a shape and numbers that look to be impressed 119. Size: 4-1/8 inches height, with a rounded top and a 2-1/2 inches across flat bottom. There is a grove 1-inch above the base. Has a nice weight - would make a cool paper weight or a garden decoration.
This is a wonderful old pottery spittoon. Once in almost every public building these have fast become a rare item. The clay resembles Frankoma pottery but I am not certain. It is done in a froth green. It does have a tight hairline, very hard to find. It stands 4 ½ tall by 7 wide.
Advertising Crock Marmalade James Keiller Great Britian
This is an older Advertising Stoneware crock in perfect condition from James Keiller and Sons. Great addition for a country or primitive kitchen. The company was first Est. 1797. Legend has it that in the 18th century a Spanish ship took refuge from a raging storm in the sheltered harbour of Dundee. It s cargo included Seville oranges which were purchased on speculation by a Dundee grocer called James Keiller. It was Mrs. Keiller who saw the potential of these bitter Spanish oranges. She boiled the oranges with sugar and the resulting product was the delicious preserve now known as Dundee Orange Marmalade.
Advertising Butter Crock W Lid Yelloware Win Schuler
Unbelievable and usable perfect condition on this Win Schuler Restaurant Yelloware Butter Crock. Comes with lid that opens and closes perfectly with the metal clasp. Decorated with Flow blue lettering and and floral design on upper rim.
A stoneware pitcher, deep brown at the top and on the inside, with a thin brown horizontal band at the center, and the bottom is beige. Stands 8-3/4 inches, has a top opening of 4 ½ inches, and a base of 4 -3/4 inches, and is 9 inches from the handle to the spout. Measuring about 1/2 inch from rim, it holds 80 oz, 10-1/2 cups, 2-1/2 quarts, or .625 gallon. Has a ice lip type spout, and is not marked. Condition: no damage, uneven seams, an area near base not coated in beige.
Pottery Crock Hp Robinson Ransbottom Roseville Oh Mint
Nice Round Pottery Crock in Perfect Mint Condition with Hand Painted Apples or Cherries on the front. Marked on the bottom and Artist signed below the Painting. Manufactured by Robinson Ransbottom with Tole painted front by O. Price. Very Cute.
This vintage Iced Tea Barrell is marked Made in USA. Looks like it would hold about 3 gallons of Iced Tea. It does not have a lid or a spout but it is a great piece with only a small chip at the opening where the spigot goes and one inside. See additional photos. I will be happy to combine shipping and handling for multiple item orders.
Western Stoneware 2 Gallon Crock - Cobalt Decoration
This is a great vintage 2 gallon crock by Western Stoneware. It has a cobalt blue design on one side and the back side has a maple leaf outline logo with the number 2 and Western Stoneware Co., Monmouth, Ill. It measures 9-1/2 X 9-1/2 inches. There is a very thin hairline crack at the top rim about 2 inches long. Otherwise it is in very nice condition. Will be a wonderful addition to a country kitchen or a collection. ADD $20.00 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. I offer a shipping discount on multiple purchases when they can be combined.
This very attractive crock has dark brown glaze inside and the top half of the exterior. The bottom half is a cream colored glaze. It is in very nice condition and measures 7-1/4 inches tall and 7-1/2 inches in diameter. It is unmarked but looks very much like it might be a Weir crock. (just a guess) Will be great in a country kitchen or collection. ADD $16.00 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. I offer a shipping discount on multiple purchases when they can be combined.
Here's a two-tone smaller crock, with the inside and top portion in brown, and the bottom color is beige, all glazed except the bottom. No damage, one manufacturing paint flaw/drip, as shown in photo, and very light crazing. Size: 3 inches height, 4 ¾ inches across the top rim, and 4 ¼ inches across the bottom.
Featured for your enjoyment is a stunning bulb bowl. This is done in a pink, close to a fuchsia. The white flower and branch pattern is a raised enameled decorations. It is extremely well made. The pattern is a sort of bonsai tree shaped branches with what appears to be either berries or fruits. Also 5 petal flowers. It is in excellent condition. Stands 2 tall by 7 3/8 wide.
Large antique saltglazed crock. This large crock has tobacco spits, (the large brown glaze drops on exterior). It has an incised band on upper portion, and dark brown, (albany slip), on interior. It stands 9.5 tall x 9.25 wide. It has two old chips on top rim; some areas where glaze missed along bottom portion of rim; but no cracks or hairlines. Overall, it displays great; is sturdy and solid, and will hold your rolling pins, long handled utensils, or just to display with other antique stoneware items! According the experts on antique stoneware: nicks, gouges, small chips, and hairlines do not affect price unless they are very significant. These larger sized crocks were once used as meat crocks and for pickles and other items. Shipping to continental USA destinations only due to the large size & wt.
This tall jar stands 11 ¼ inches and the base measures nearly 3 inches. Is over coated with a green glaze. Only marks are on side, and I'm unable to read clearly but look to be 17 C with an N below. There are several side chips, as shown in the photos, and most likely done in the manufacturing process.
Here is a great vintage stoneware crock for your country kitchen or collection. It has crazing on inside bottom. It is marked on the side in cobalt: Acorn Wares-UHL Pottery Company-Huntingburg, Indiana (all inside an acorn logo). Measures 8 inches tall and 7-1/2 inches wide. Has a glaze chip on inside of rim. ADD $16.00 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. Shipping discount available on multiple purchases.
Here is a great little vintage crock with a wire closure for your consideration. It is unmarked and in wonderful condition. Don't know what it held originally but it sure is cute! Crocks are great to decorate the kitchen. Measures 4-3/4 inches tall. ADD $6.00 SHIPPING TO ANYWHERE IN THE USA. Shipping discount available on multiple purchases.
A dark brown glazed crock, that had been used as a flower pot at one time, so has a hole drilled into the bottom, and a drain hole on the bottom rim, or perhaps was drilled for a lamp, at any rate it is a crock again. Height is 5 ¾ inches and has a top opening of 2 ¼ inches and the base measures 4 inches. Nice condition, few little edge bumps, plus the alterations I mentioned before. Displays beautifully! A nice smaller size.
A glazed crock in a wonderful shade of light brown, marked near the top edge T This beauty is 6 ¾ inches in height and has a top opening of a tiny bit larger than 2 inches, and the bottom measures 3 ¾ inches. Is 12 sided, for an unusual shape, just a great piece! Condition: Is missing the bale to carry, has a minor rim and base rim chips.
Celery Jar Figural Face Pot England Green Glaze Green Man
This is an awesome ceramic figural celery jar or celery face pot holder I brought home from England recently. The jar was made by Bass Ware or Bassware pottery, England 1960-1970s and has a lovely avocado green glaze with a great face and the word CELERY on the back. The celery pot or jar measures 6.25 inches high by 4.75 in diameter and is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. So retro and so cute and decorative.
Antique saltglazed crock. Check out the bottom of this crock! Perfect size to showcase some of your favorite vintage kitchen gadgets in! No chips or cracks, and stands 6.25 tall and is 5.5 wide. Some gouges in the glaze and a bit of clay waste, typical of this old stoneware. Bottom has a #3 mark in deep, dark brown. c.: late 1800's. Possible companies: Monmouth, Zanesville; Coors, etc.
Dr. O'Hare's Liniment - Vintage Label on Crock I acquired this charming small crock at an antique show in Great Falls, Montana. I believe it is a vintage paper label on a newer crock. The label itself could be a fantasy label as the writing on either side of the oval picture is indistinct. Size: Approx. 4½ H x 3-3/8 inches across Condition: Good to very good. Weight: 1½ lbs.
Glazed yellow ware crock. c.late 19th, early 20th. Awesome piece of yellow ware with the Rockingham and/or Bennington Pottery type glaze; nice details. No chips or cracks, but does have all over faint crazing, and some glaze pops. It has 3 stilt/kiln marks on bottom, and a well-worn, smooth dry bottom rim. It is quite rich looking and detailed, and stands 5 tall x 6.25 wide. The color is actually a deeper, richer, darker brown with yellow showing, see pic #7. A rockingham mug with a similar pattern is shown on pg. 117 of the 1980 book titled: American Antiques by W. Ketchum. The book prices on this type of yellow ware are much higher.
Antique Jas Benjamin saltglaze crock. c:1800's. Cobalt blue lettering: Jas. Benjamin Wholesale Stoneware Depot Cincinatti, O. Good condition, no chips or cracks, and just one small black mark on the top rim. Interior is albany slip, (dark brown glaze). A very attractive crock, and hard to find these antique ones in this good of condition! M. Moran's 2004 book on McCoy pottery shows same style crock with different words and the book price is $1,000-$1200. The crock stand shown in one of the pics is for sale separately, e-mail me. It is 9 inches tall x 6.25 wide. Paypal only if you are a verified member with a confirmed address. Shipping to continental USA destinations only!
Blue and White stoneware bowl with lid. Blue windmoll and blue band decoration. Dark crazing from age mostly on the inside- see photo's- unmarked, no damage or restoration. 7 5/8 in. diameter X 6 in. to the top of the lid.
You get three little cheese crocks in this set. Each crock is about 1/2 cup size (6 oz cheese) in a wrought iron stand. Made by Figis. Originally had cheese and the stickers are still on the crocks. Stickers could be taken off and use for lots of different things. This would be great as a salad dressing serving set or for a taco bar with salsa, cream cheese and jalapenos.
Great brown and beige glazed stone ware bean pot with original lid with stenciled 3 in circle inside another mark as shown in pictures. 8.5 inches diameter wide part and 6.75 inches high. About 6-inch diameter base and 4.25 inch diameter opening in top. No damage. Haven't researched marker. $95