Antique Crocks and Jugs
Primitive Antique Hooch Jug Old Time by TheOldTimeJunkShop on Etsy, $56.00
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
Antique Stoneware Fruit Jar or Crock.
Anna Pottery Jug - late 1800's
$ 5980 Rare Stoneware Presentation Bank with Incised Bird, Dated 1812, Conn. origin, with rounded foot, button-shaped finial and unusual rainbow handle, decorated with an incised bird with feather detail below the incised date 1812. Reverse incised "M.O.W.". Surface appears to be covered in an Albany slip glaze. This bank includes documentation made in 1884 of the bank's maker and owner. It reads "This 'Bank' made of pottery, I purchased of Mrs. Benj F. Webster of Hartford Conn., bought 1884.
MID-ATLANTIC DECORATED STONEWARE CAKE CROCK, salt glazed, approximately 1 1/2 gallon capacity, low cylindrical form with a pronounced rim and unusual upright strap handles. Brushed cobalt arched floral decoration on both sides. Second half 19th century