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09/26/2021 11:39 PM
STONEWARE BUTTER CROCK + SPONGEWARE CROCK
Comments. Both of these pieces are made of stoneware and this lot appears to be less than 25 years old. It includes a 5 ½ " high, 4 ½ " wide/deep butter crock which has a bulbous base, flared top with thick edge lip and a domed cover with a hollow section that extends inside. Also included is a 4 ½ " high, 5 ½ " round crock made by Yesteryears of Marshall, Texas that has a blue spongeware design over the tan glaze. It has a 2" deep bowl that acts as its cover. Both of these pieces are in very good shape with only light soiling. Give them a cleaning and you'll have some fancy receptacles to place your Parkay.
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