Meauring an incredible 7.5" in diameter and 5" high, this is considered to be a pastry crock and holds a special place in our hearts. An example identical to this was one of our favorite pieces when we had a stoneware collection many years ago. This collection was sold to assist in funding Makala's college, but the few times we are able to find one of these, it always tugs on the heartstrings. This larger, fatter size is intriguing as it is not a size found in other patterns. Coloration of the blue and detail to the pattern have incredible depth and are the best we have seen.
With its pebbly background design and curtain-type design, this pattern is often referred to as "Draped Windows." This pattern can be found in a shorter butter crock as well as a taller butter crock. A sweet flower forms the design on the finial. Both lid and base are in pristine condition with no condition issues.
Please contact us as we have an extensive inventory and could possibly have the other sizes to match or possibly a pitcher in the same colorway. This blue and cream coloration was produced in the 1920's in Ohio, and it can be seen on these butter crocks as well as a few different pitchers.
We specialize in yellowware and have an extensive inventory so please do not hesitate to contact us if you are searching for something in particular or are trying to fill a cupboard.Dimensions:
7.5" D x 5" HCondition:
Excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or repairs.Circa:
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