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Vintage Crocks, Jugs and Other Stoneware

Show photos and discuss stoneware items from the 1800s through the 1900s.

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Does anyone know this mark?

I purchased from auction this two vases, it was appetized wrongly as McCoy but this marking is different. I cannot identify it at all. Can anyone help?Continue

Started by Kate Apr 18.

Please help me identify and value this unusual crock

I recently purchased this unusual crock from an elderly lady who could not give me any help identifying it. It has no surface glaze on either the inside or outside. It stands about 14 1/2" high and…Continue

Started by James Hare Mar 12, 2017.

help identifying a crock

Hi I recently purchased this crock and was wandering if anyone could help me identify the maker or the age. The leaf pattern is on 2 sidesContinue

Started by tw shebang Apr 13, 2016.

Welcome

Welcome all new members. Enjoy sharing your photos and stories regarding stoneware items.Continue

Started by Lillian Dunbar Jan 16, 2012.

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Comment by C. Dianne Zweig Editor's Desk on December 8, 2013 at 11:53am

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Comment by Holly McGinnis on November 28, 2013 at 10:36pm

Have pics of bottom also.

Comment by Holly McGinnis on November 28, 2013 at 10:33pm

Have a couple pieces I cant identify. Can anyone help me out?

Comment by Brian on November 26, 2013 at 10:10pm

Yes that is where the glaze is worn on the inside showing the red clay. The one on the left has a small wear spot also that shows the same red clay color. I have a few more that I will post tomorrow.

The crock did come from an auction where there were many german/french antiques.

Comment by vicki hufstetler on November 26, 2013 at 9:57pm

Your Welcome Brian! The one on the right, does it have wear to the interior glaze? If so, yes that is redware. That is what one would typically see in a redware piece.

It's very hard to determine on your second one on the left - The bases look to be burnt pretty well? Can you try and get a better shot of the base on that one - on the left? We need to see the clay to be certain. :)

Comment by Brian on November 26, 2013 at 9:53pm

Thanks for the info. I kind of had my doubts about the crock. The bottom always gave me the impression of it being some type of redware clay. I am aware of the glaze color not determining the clay type.  Now this I am pretty sure is Redware. What do you think.

Comment by vicki hufstetler on November 26, 2013 at 9:41pm

Hi Brian, Your base in fact is not Redware - it is Yellow ware. The redware clay is very different. Although I agree I've not seen that color glaze before. It could be EU/UK in origin.

Most USA Yellow Ware comes from the Ohio River Valley. And your clay does look very much like theirs, but it is very unusual. :)

Here's a link for Redware, so you can see the difference:

https://www.google.com/search?q=Antique+American+Redware&client...

It is the color of the Clay, not the glaze that determines what kind of stoneware you have. Take a good look at the bases in the first set of pics - they appear almost black.

Comment by Brian on November 26, 2013 at 5:16pm

I posted this in another forum also without knowing about this. Anyway here is usual double handled Redware crock. The bottom shows the redware clay. You can see on the bottom where it was cut from the wheel with a wire. The glaze color in one I have not seen also. Info comments would be appreciated.10 inch tall 8 wide.

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