French earthenware pots, 19th century slipware water jugs, confit jars and pancheons.

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.

On Coveting a Pancheon

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.

Isaac Button, Yorkshires last traditional country potter with bread pancheons. Soil Hill Pottery.

Cream Pancheon Barrington Pottery

Cream Pancheon Barrington Pottery

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