Antique Redware Crock Vessel Glazed Pumpkin Interior 8"

Early Redware Crock Vessel Glazed Pumpkin Interior 8"

Regular price $185.00


Description: You will love this hand-thrown redware vessel crafted in a wonderful form with its slightly sloping shoulders, bulbous body and a flat, squatty base. It stands just over 8 inches tall with a 5 inch opening and weighs 6 pounds. The interior and lip showcases a glazed pumpkin tone leaving the exterior with an unglazed, natural finish with aged patina. Envision this displayed on a table-top or shelf or with a faux flower arrangement.

Note:  Please refer to "Condition" for additional information.

Circa: Most likely Earlier part 1900s


Overall Height: 8 ¼”

Width: 8 ¼” (at widest bulbous point – belly)

Width: 7 3/4" (base)

Top Opening: 6” (outside), 4 ¾” – 5” (inside opening, slightly out-of-round)

Lip: ½”


Item Weight: 5 pounds 15 ounces

Color:  Exterior: Reddish-Brown, Interior, Reddish-Orange

Material: Redware – Clay - Earthenware

Makers' Mark: No visible makers’ mark

Origin: Northeastern Region

Condition:  Previously owned – used. One ¾” chip on inside edge (as shown). Somewhat chippy around lip. Moderate aged patina on unglazed exterior and base. No longer suitable for food use.

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