American Made Crocks - Farmhouse Style — My Soulful Home
Look what I stumbled upon! Just sitting there on the lawn…not the flowers. These...! A whole lot a' history & FARMHOUSE style. Do you collect crocks? I had just one until I came upon this stash. Now I have 3. I couldn't take them all! Now that I have a collec
New York stoneware crock, 19th c., impressed H
New York stoneware crock, 19th c., impressed Haxton, Ottoman & Co., Fort Edward NY, having a large branching tree with two ducks on the ground under an overhanging limb, 12'' h. Illustrated in Webster, Decorated Stoneware of North America, fig. 181, page 144. Provenance: Formerly in the Weeks Collection.
"Smith / Airville / Va" American Crock -- Lot 290A -- March 21, 2009 Stoneware Auction
Crocker Farm, The Nation's Premier Antique American Stoneware Auction / Redware Auction
Jos. Eneix & Evans Stencil Stoneware Stove Pipe. - Aug 15, 2015 | Conestoga Auction Company Division of Hess Auction Group in PA
19th Century Jos. Eneix & Evans New Geneva PA Blue Stencil Decorated Stoneware Pottery Stove Pipe. 23-1/2"h. Conditio... on Aug 15, 2015
Stoneware Crock with Cobalt Flower Spray Decoration 2642M, 650 | Skinner Auctioneers
Bid on Stoneware Crock with Cobalt Flower Spray Decoration for sale in auction. Auction Number 2642M, Lot Number 650
Charles W. Pfaltzgraff [1873-1929] was a son of Cornelius Pfaltzgraff who was a son of Johann George Pfaltzgraff, one of the original founders of the world renowned Pfaltzgraff Pottery of Manchester Township, York Co. PA. Charles, however, was a cousin to other Pfaltzgraff sons who made the Company what it is today. He did, though, work for the family business.
Stoneware Crock with Cobalt Deer Decoration 2509, 802 | Skinner Auctioneers
Bid on Stoneware Crock with Cobalt Deer Decoration for sale in auction. Auction Number 2509, Lot Number 802