Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this wonderful 6 Quart Lidded Preserve Jar or Tabletop Churn. The tall neck and narrow opening allows it to be used for preserves and for making butter.
It was made and stamped by the "West Troy, N.Y. Pottery." This is the mark used by William Warner of West Troy (now Watervliet) from 1843 to 1871 (private research)
Circa 1870, this beauty sports the Pottery Stamp, a Rich Chocolate Brown Albany Slip Glaze, and the Original Lid. Stands 10 1/4" tall
Good Condition. Chips around the inner seating ring and top rim from use. A nibble or two elsewhere. No base chips, hairlines, cracks, stains, or restoration. The lid has minor glaze wear around the edge. Otherwise as made.
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