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  • Item 9614


    Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this wonderful 1 1/2 Gallon Cake Crock with Original Lid. 


    Circa 1850 and coming from Baltimore, Maryland, this beauty features a Larger Size, Ribbed Shoulder, Applied Handles with Cobalt Accent, and a Garland of Comma Vining with 3 Dangling Tulips on Each Side.  Measures 6" tall and 11 1/4" wide across the top.   The lid features the comma vining all around the edge and an accent stripe around the knob. 


    There is a tag inside that indates that this piece once belonged to Earl Robacher who wrote several books on Pennsylvania antiques, including the Spatterware and Sponge Book.  


    Very Good Condition.  The base has a half dozen chips around the top (1/2"or less), a 1 1/4" narrow chip on the base edge, and a small Y- shaped hairline on the underside.  No inner rim chips, cracks, stains, or restoration.  A large salt drip by one handle and a recess on the other side of the same handle-- both in the making.   The lid has two short hairlines from the rim to the seating ring underneath and other stray lines that do not show on the other side.  A 2 1/2" drying line by the knob in the making. 


    Ships double-boxed, insured, and FREE


    Circa 1850 1 1/2 Gallon Decorated Cake Crock, Baltimore, Maryland #9614