• Item 4597


    Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this great pair of Blue and Gray Molded Lidded Butter Crocks made by the Robinson Clay Products Company of Akron, Ohio (1900-1915) sold for one money.  They are each signed on the bottom. 


    These beauties feature elaborate grapevines on the front, back, and lids.   Gorgeous blue and gray coloration with cobalt accents on the embossed decoration.   The bases measure 4 1/4" tall and 8 1/4" wide, and 5 1/4" tall and 9 1/2" wide.


    Very Good Condition.  The base of the larger one is as made.  Its lid has a narrow 1" glaze scrape on the top edge and a hairline 1" in from the rim which trails off 5" (closeup 1).  The base of the smaller one has a flat 1/2" chip on the underside at the edge and a 1" drying line inside at the rim in the making.   Its lid has a hairline from the rim to the knob (closeup 2), and a couple surface drying lines in the making.  This butter came in 6 sizes and the lid to eh smaller butter appears to fit the next smaller size, being 8" and not 8 1/4" in diameter.


    Ships double-boxed, insured, and FREE

    2 Signed Robinson Clay, Akron, Ohio Lidded Butter Crocks for 1 Money #4597

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