This gorgeous antique Bristol stoneware crock was made between the 1830s and 1850s. It is stamped with the maker’s mark near the bottom edge. Made by William Powell & Sons of Bristol, England, the distinctive two-tone crock also boasts the embossed circular design ring positioned where the beige glaze meets the honey brown at the top. These crocks were used to preserve foods like fruits and vegetables for the winter months. Measuring 6.5 inches high and four inches in diameter, the handsome crock is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. Its classic design is perfect for holding a bouquet of wild flowers in a farmhouse, primitive, country or rustic kitchen.
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