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  • Item 9809


    Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this wonderful 1 Gallon Stoneware Cake Crock with Matching Lid. 


    It is easy to attribute to Richard Remmey who ran the family pottery in Philadelphia from the 1860's until the turn of the century (Phil Shaltenbrand, Big Ware Turners, pp. 8-10).


    Circa 1860, this beauty features a Tooled Shoulder, Applied Grooved Handles, and Two Brushed Cobalt Tulips on Each Side.  Additional cobalt under each handle.   The cobalt is rich and shiny.  The matching lid repeats the leaf motif three times around and connects all three to the center cobalt encircled knob.  The cobalt on the lid is equally rich and shiny.  The base measures 5" tall and 8" wide across the top.  


    Excellent Condition.  Two narrow chips inside the rim (1/4", 1/2") and three outside the rim (1/4" to 1/2'), and a minor 3/16" nibble on the base edge.  That's it!  No hairlines, cracks, stains, or restoration.  The lid has a 3/4" chip on the edge of the knob, and a 1" hairline and four chips (three 1/4" and a 1") on the outer edge of the seating ring.  No cracks, stains, or restoration.   


    Ships double-boxed, insured, and FREE

    Remmey, Philadelphia, Cake Crock with Tulips and Matching Lid #9809

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