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 Blue flower mystery!

Do you know who decorated this crock? A site visitor by the name of Coleen needs to know. Please read our discussion here, and if you can help us solve this mystery, please email me. Thanks!

Miss Kitty  

Large Western Stoneware crock w/ lid & bail

If this big ol’ lidded crock isn’t “primitive”, I don’t know what is! It’s made of heavy stoneware that’s 1/2" thick! It stands 9-1/4" tall when lidded, and its diameters are 4-7/8" inside mouth, 5-7/8" outside mouth, 7-1/2" widest point, and 7" base. It is white with plenty of brown specks. The 1/2" thick rim is unglazed. The unglazed bottom has a faint “150-52" impression and an even fainter impression in the shape of a maple leaf. The lid has a raised circular logo that says “Western Stoneware Co. Monmouth Illinois”. Inside that, on one side, is “Weir Seal”, and on the other side “No. 5". The 1/2" rim on the under side of the lid, containing two raised bands, is unglazed. Western Stoneware Co. was established in 1906 by combining seven existing potteries in and around Monmouth, IL: Weir Pottery, Monmouth Pottery, Macomb Stoneware Company, Macomb Pottery Company, D Culbertson Stoneware Company, Clinton Stoneware Company, and Fort Dodge Stoneware Company. Apparently Monmouth Pottery was the largest of the seven and had been using the maple leaf logo since 1901. All the potteries making up the new Western Stoneware Co. began using the maple leaf logo, too, since Monmouth, IL was known as the “Maple City”. Considering its near-antique status, this crock is in amazingly good condition. It has no cracks or crazing, but there’s one small chip at its base, and three on the lid: one on the underside rim, another on one of the raised rim bands, and a large one on the upper rim. The metal bail is intact, and the locking mechanism still works. The picture shows the lock up, but it locks securely in the down position. (Click on picture for more images.)

** SOLD **

 

Old No. 5 crock

This heavy old undecorated stoneware crock is a speckled oatmeal color both inside and out. It is substantial in size, being 4-3/8" tall and 7-1/4" in diameter. Unmarked on the bottom except for a large impressed “5". No cracks or crazing, but two old chips at the rim and one at the base with a glaze pop above. Unknown age, but clearly vintage. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $35.00 + s/h and insurance

 

  only 1 available

 

Lambrecht butter crock

This vintage cream-colored stoneware crock has black lettering on its front that reads: “Lambrecht’s Butter; ‘Famous for its Flavor’; Milwaukee - Chicago”. I’ve discovered virtually nothing about Lambrecht other than that there may have been such a company doing business in Milwaukee from 1909 until some time in the 1940's. I have no idea where Chicago comes in. But whoever they were, and wherever they were located, they certainly sold butter in crocks, this particular one being stamped on the bottom “C2 USA”. Since this crock is 3-3/4" tall and 5-1/2" in diameter, it could easily have held two cups of butter. Amazingly enough, considering its age, this crock is in near-perfect condition, with only one tiny chip at its bottom rim preventing it from being totally perfect! (Click on picture for more images.)

** SOLD **

 

Old blue-banded crock

This 5" high cream-colored stoneware crock is decorated with a 1/2" blue band an inch below its rim. It is 4-5/8" in diameter, and its interior bottom is concave rather than flat. Unglazed unmarked bottom. Similar to Red Wing advertising beater jars with solid blue band and similar in height, but doesn't have signature “tie ring”. There is a small rough bump inside that is under the glaze, three small nicks at the base rim, and a 5/8" scratchy chip below the top rim. Unknown age, but clearly vintage. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $70.00 + s/h and insurance

 

  only 1 available

 

Pair of French mustard crocks

This vintage pair of matching blue and white mustard crocks were made in France and undoubtedly imported into the U.S. filled with dijon mustard. One side has a large crest topped by a crown, with “1777" below. To the left is “Moutarde Grey”; to the right is “Fine de Dijon Poupon”. The other side has a floral design with “5 ½ oz”, “160 Gr”, and “Forte Au Vin Blanc” at the bottom. The circular black stamp on the bottom has three stylized script words in the center that I’m not even going to try to decipher, with “Marque et Modele Déposés” at the top and “Product of France” below. Each crock stands 3-3/4" high with diameters of 2-3/8" at the base, 3" at the widest point, and 1-7/8" at the mouth. One has a hairline crack at the base of the crest and the other has wear around its mouth. Other than that, they’re in great shape, and it’s unusual to find a pair of these collectible old crocks being sold together. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $75.00 + s/h and insurance

** SOLD **

 

Brown cheese crock w/ bail & gasket

This 5-1/4" tall x 4-1/4" diameter stoneware cheese crock has not only its lid and bail, but even its gasket! It has a speckled brown glaze, with two bands of darker brown on the lid. The crock is unmarked, and its bottom and lid bottom are unglazed. Perfect condition: no chips, cracks, or crazing. This cheese crock does not match either of the other two listed below. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $13.00 + s/h and insurance

** SOLD **

 

Brown cheese crock #1

This 5" tall x 4-1/4" diameter stoneware cheese crock is glazed in brown, with a darker brown rim and drips that go down as far as 1/4" both inside and out. It is lacking its bail and is unmarked on its unglazed bottom. The lid bottom also is unglazed except for the outside edge of its inner rim. Perfect condition: no chips, cracks, or crazing. This cheese crock does not match either of the other two listed above and below. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $12.00 + s/h and insurance

** SOLD **

 

Brown cheese crock #2

This 4-1/2" tall x 3-1/4" diameter stoneware cheese crock has an exterior glaze that is darker brown than either of the two listed above, and is white inside. Its top rim design dips on both sides to where it originally had a bail, and its lid tip has cross-hatch indentations rather than the usual single indentation. Its unmarked bottom is glazed in the same dark brown except for the unglazed base ring. Its lid bottom is unglazed and, unlike the other two, is flat. Near perfect condition: no cracks or crazing, but a couple of tiny nicks on the lid rim. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $11.00 + s/h and insurance

** SOLD **

 

Sargento Lambeau Field cheese crock

This is a limited edition Lambeau Field commemorative crock produced in 2003 in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the founding of Sargento Foods, Inc., the famous cheese company headquartered near Green Bay, WI. Crock is the hunter green color of the Green Bay Packers. Front decal contains a drawing of a Packers’ quarterback in a very old-fashioned football helmet and says “Sargento, The Official Cheese of Lambeau Field, Wisconsin Cheddar Cheese Spread, 2003 Limited Edition.” Also says “Since 1957,” the year Lambeau Field came into existence. (Legendary coach Vince Lombardi arrived on the scene two years later and changed the team colors to hunter green and gold.) As any football enthusiast knows, Packers’ fans are known as “Cheeseheads,” so the partnership between Sargento and the Packers was a natural. This crock is 4-1/2" in diameter and stands 6-1/2" tall to the top of its wire bale closure. Bottom retains its original undamaged Sargento paper label. Crock is in perfect condition with no nicks, chips, or cracks, and retains its original rubber gasket. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $25.00 + s/h

** SOLD **

 

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