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10/25/2020 12:25 PM
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OLD 5 GALLON FLO BLUE CROCK (LEOMINSTER, MASS)

Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 12” high, 14” wide, 13” deep
Rating: 7
Comments. Made of stoneware this crock features inverted U handles, a thick edge band and a tan exterior glaze as well as a dark brown glaze the interior. It is stamped on the top” COBB’S BOSTON BRANCH, LEOMINSTER, MASS.” as well as 5 all of which have a cobalt blue wash to highlight the letters. There is also a fancy cobalt blue design in the front as seen in our photo. This crock is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has some small chips/flecks and has a hairline crack on one side. Give it a cleaning and will make a nice decorative item in your country home as well as an addition to your antique stoneware collection.

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