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 .