French earthenware pots, 19th century slipware water jugs, confit jars and pancheons.
Once a common farmhouse tool used for bread making and to separate cream from milk, the pancheon has become somewhat rare in modern times. They seem to be making a small comeback, however, but so far only with a handful of potters in the UK.
Isaac Button, Yorkshires last traditional country potter with bread pancheons. Soil Hill Pottery.
Pancheon - Pendeen Pottery from Pendeen, West Cornwall
Cream Pancheon Barrington Pottery
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