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Offering up an unmarked stoneware crock probably produced in the Ohio River Valley with a warm blue-grey, tan and ochre salt glazed finish. The interior finish is the same as on the exterior. This crock looks as if it was hand thrown and the glaze has a light dripping effect.
At 5 ½” tall and 5 ¾” wide it is the just the right size for keeping your cooking utensils close at hand or used as a brush pot.

Straight sided with a ½” lip this rustic crock is in good condition with one hairline crack and plenty of surface pocks from production and firing. There is fine crazing which adds to its charm. Perfect for a log cabin or a vacation home it will go with any rustic or cottage décor. Use it on the porch, or fill it with vintage knitting needles, rulers or as a vase for bunch of wildflowers. It's watertight.

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Salt Glazed Stoneware Crock Kitchen Utensil Holder


  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: clay, glaze, crockery, crock, drip glaze
  • Ships from Georgia, United States to select countries.
  • Feedback: 130 reviews
  • Favorited by: 55 people