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Made to Order ** One gallon ceramic fermentation crock in Coffee Brown with white. Pickling, sauerkraut, wheel thrown pottery, stoneware.

Made to Order ** One gallon ceramic fermentation crock in Coffee Brown with white. Pickling, sauerkraut, wheel thrown pottery, stoneware.

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: ceramic, stoneware, glaze, clay, pottery
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This fermentation crock, hand-thrown on the potter's wheel, is ideal for making healthy sauerkraut, kimchi, or other fermented vegetables. Measuring approximately 10 inches tall and 10 inches in diameter (including the handles), it has a one gallon capacity, large enough to hold 1-2 heads of cabbage. This German-style crock is constructed with a deep gutter around the neck, which is filled with water to create an airtight seal during the fermentation process. It also comes with a glazed weight -- made in two parts to fit through the narrower neck -- which is placed on top of the vegetables to keep them submerged in the pickling brine. Strong lug handles provide a secure grip for moving your crock when it's full.

The clay used is a proprietary blend unique to our studio, buff to rosy orange in color with mineral flecks throughout for texture. It is glazed in a glossy Japanese Tenmoku glaze in deep Coffee Brown, layered with a matte pale green for a rich, organic effect, and lined in white. The process of assembling, dipping, and spraying each piece by hand creates all sorts of natural imperfections, so no two are alike.

All our crocks are handmade from start to finish by Todd Johnson of Herron Avenue Studios, and are made of natural stoneware clay, high-fired to over 2000* F for durability. The glazes used are lead-free and food-safe. Our fermentation vessels are lined in special liner glazes that vitrify -- that is, turn to glass -- in the kiln, so they will not react in any way with the acids in fermented foods.

Each crock is shipped with illustrated instructions, information, and a recipe to get you started.

** Please note **

* All made-to-order pieces will ship within a maximum of six weeks.

* Each piece is thrown and glazed by hand, so the one you receive will differ a bit from the one pictured.

* The stated dimensions include the handles, and the stated volume is to the rim.

* All of our pottery items are available in our three standard glaze treatments: Mineral Green, Coffee Brown, and Buttermilk White. If you don't see your preferred glaze color in our shop, feel fee to message us.

* And if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.

** Thank you! **
This fermentation crock, hand-thrown on the potter's wheel, is ideal for making healthy sauerkraut, kimchi, or other fermented vegetables. Measuring approximately 10 inches tall and 10 inches in diameter (including the handles), it has a one gallon capacity, large enough to hold 1-2 heads of cabbage. This German-style crock is constructed with a deep gutter around the neck, which is filled with water to create an airtight seal during the fermentation process. It also comes with a glazed weight -- made in two parts to fit through the narrower neck -- which is placed on top of the vegetables to keep them submerged in the pickling brine. Strong lug handles provide a secure grip for moving your crock when it's full.

The clay used is a proprietary blend unique to our studio, buff to rosy orange in color with mineral flecks throughout for texture. It is glazed in a glossy Japanese Tenmoku glaze in deep Coffee Brown, layered with a matte pale green for a rich, organic effect, and lined in white. The process of assembling, dipping, and spraying each piece by hand creates all sorts of natural imperfections, so no two are alike.

All our crocks are handmade from start to finish by Todd Johnson of Herron Avenue Studios, and are made of natural stoneware clay, high-fired to over 2000* F for durability. The glazes used are lead-free and food-safe. Our fermentation vessels are lined in special liner glazes that vitrify -- that is, turn to glass -- in the kiln, so they will not react in any way with the acids in fermented foods.

Each crock is shipped with illustrated instructions, information, and a recipe to get you started.

** Please note **

* All made-to-order pieces will ship within a maximum of six weeks.

* Each piece is thrown and glazed by hand, so the one you receive will differ a bit from the one pictured.

* The stated dimensions include the handles, and the stated volume is to the rim.

* All of our pottery items are available in our three standard glaze treatments: Mineral Green, Coffee Brown, and Buttermilk White. If you don't see your preferred glaze color in our shop, feel fee to message us.

* And if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.

** Thank you! **

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