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  1. UnderMiner

    19th c. Stoneware: 1 and 1/2 Gallon Crock

    New location, new riverbank, new stoneware. A 1 and 1/2 gallon storage crock. Managed to find one of the broken-off peices, quite confident the other piece may be burried near by, otherwise a fair bit of restoration work is required. If anyone has any additional information about this...
  2. Minuteman Archaeologist

    Bottle Hunt (11/07/20)

    I recently went bottle hunting and discovered an interest set of bottles. The most obvious one was a 10" primitive stoneware tavern beer bottle with no engravings. It had the cork in it still with a large cracks on the side of it and used clear super glue to keep it together. I did find a dark...
  3. FreeRangeAsparagus

    Crock Jugs

    For a while, I had a good run of pulling either a whole or a partial jug from the mud every time I went out picking on the river. The streak has broken but I was wondering if anyone recognizes these jugs and has any information about them. I am missing individual photos for the fourth jug, I've...
  4. emeyetee

    G.brandy English crock ? Can anyone drop some knowledge here?

    English I believe, but I can't find anything with the "g" part
  5. K

    Unique Stoneware Crock? Can anyone ID?

    I inherited this stoneware crock but have no idea what it is or its age. It has an unusual top. It was in an old southern plantation home in Virginia that dates to early 1800s. It could have been placed there at any time. It does have 3 words on the on the bottom that I can't make out...

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