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Antique Crocks and Jugs

Twenty Gallon Stoneware Crock... stenciled "J. HAMILTON & CO. / GREENSBORO, PA," circa 1875.

Old Cream Stoneware...crock.


Very Rare Stoneware Mug w/ Liberty Bell Decoration, Aaron Radley, Philadelphia, circa 1876 -- July 19, 2014 Stoneware Auction by Crocker Farm, Inc.

Extremely Rare COOPER / MAYSVILLE, KY Signed A.

from A Primitive Place--old crocks!

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old quilts in a crock

The Painted Quilt: Decorating With Quilts and Thanks!

Five-Gallon Stoneware Crock, Stamped "A.O. WHITTEMORE / HAVANA, N.Y.," circa 1865

One-Gallon Stoneware Jug with Incised Bird Decoration, New York State origin, circa 1825


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Primitive Antique Hooch Jug Old Time by TheOldTimeJunkShop on Etsy, $56.00

Buttery crock. LOVE

Catspaw Primitives by a Prairie Girl

Old Stoneware Crock...American, mid 19th. Century. Freehand cobalt blue American flag and number '6' with two applied handles.

one gallon stoneware batter jug

Isaac Thomas (1789-1876) - 8 Gallon Butter Churn. Stoneware with Cobalt Decoration. Stamped "I Thomas" and Inscribed with "Kentucky / 1836". Maysville, Kentucky. Circa 1836. The Earliest Known Marked Piece of Kentucky Pottery. Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Kentucky butter churn fetches auction record of $55,200