Lynne Kossarek

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Michigan  ·  I claim no ownership of any pins, disputed pins will gladly be removed. Antique collector, past 1844 Greek Revival owner, Rug Hooking teacher/designer, & Mom.
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J & E Norton salt glazed stoneware 6 gallon crock with two large deer. 1865. Sold for $90,000. #Norton Pottery #Bennington

This is a firkin from the Housewives used wooden containers like this to preserve suet for making "fresh" puddings and pies the.

HARRINGTON & BURGER / ROCHESTER 6 Gal. Stoneware Jar w/ Elaborate Bird and Floral Decoration

Stoneware Jar with Elaborate Bird and Floral Decoration ( To be sold in the July 2015 Crocker Farm Auction)

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The History of Shakers in New Hampshire The Great Stone Dwelling at Enfield, NH

Enfield Shaker Museum Enfield, NH is located just east of Lebanon and is centrally located in the Upper Valley. Home to the Enfield Shaker Museum, Mascoma Lake

Unusual GEDDES, NY Stoneware Crock with Slip-Trailed Quail Decoration

Unusual GEDDES, NY Stoneware Crock with Slip-Trailed Quail Decoration -- Lot 370 -- October 2015 Stoneware Auction -- Crocker Farm, Inc.

Very Rare C. CROLIUS / MANHATTAN, WELLS / NEW-YORK Jar w/ Eagle Motifs

Very Rare C. CROLIUS / MANHATTAN, WELLS / NEW-YORK Jar w/ Eagle Motifs

6 Gal. HUBBELL & CHEESBRO / GEDDES, NY Stoneware Crock w/ Elaborate Deer Scene

6 Gal. HUBBELL & CHEESBRO / GEDDES, NY Stoneware Crock w/ Elaborate Deer Scene

Phenomenal Face Vessel. Important Large-Sized Stoneware Two-Sided Face Pitcher with Profuse Cobalt Floral Decoration, attributed to Elisha B. Hyssong, Cassville, PA, circa 1850. A relatively small number of American cobalt-decorated stoneware face vessels are known, and few have come to auction over the past several decades. The exceptional size and form of this example rank it among the very best, if not the best, of its category to ever come to auction. Crocker Farm

Phenomenal Face Vessel. Important Large-Sized Stoneware Two-Sided Face Pitcher with Profuse Cobalt Floral Decoration, attributed to Elisha B. Hyssong, Cassville, PA, circa 1850. A relatively small number of American cobalt-decorated stoneware face vessels are known, and few have come to auction over the past several decades. The exceptional size and form of this example rank it among the very best, if not the best, of its category to ever come to auction. Crocker Farm