• Item 4269


    Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this wonderful 10 3/8" Butter or Cake Crock Lid made and stamped by "John Bell, Waynesboro."


    John Bell made pottery in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania from 1840-1880 (H. E. Comstock, The Pottery of the Shenandoah Valley Region, 106-162).


    This beauty features 8 Cobalt Leaves Brushed Around the Edge, Cobalt Accent on Top of the Handle, and the Pottery Stamp. Measures 10 3/8" wide and fits in a crock with an opening at least 7 7/8" wide.


    Good Condition.  Small stain near the edge, heavy chipping on the underside and side edge, and four chips on the seating ring on the underside (1/4" to 1/2").  No top or knob chips, hairlines, cracks,  or restoration.


    Easily adds $350 to the value of a base.


    Ships double-boxed, insured, and FREE

    Signed John Bell, Waynesboro, Pennsylvania Stoneware 10 3/8" Decorated Crock Lid

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