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  • Item 2629


    Coming to you from Doc's Crocks, is this wonderful Blue and White Spongeware Butter Crock.


    It was made by the Red Wing Union Stoneware Co., Red Wing, Minnesota (1906-1936). You can see this crock in Dan and Gail DePasquale and Larry Peterson, Red Wing Stoneware, p. 128.


    As you know, not a common butter crock.


    This beauty features the Distinctive Red Wing Tooled Rim and  Strong Cobalt Sponging on a White Background Clay.  Measures 4 1/2" tall and 6" wide across the top .


    Excellent Condition. The base has a 3/8" chip at the rim (photo 4), and 1/4" chip at the base.  That's it! No inner rim chips, hairlines, cracks, stains, or restoration. 


    This beauty ships, double-boxed and fully insured, for Free .



    Blue and White Stoneware Spongeware Butter Crock by Red Wing

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