Share your favorites on Show & Tell

NRA Crockery Churn #3

In China and Dinnerware > Stoneware > Show & Tell.
Recent comments64127 of 70839antique green lock and key liquor bottleFender 1953 Guitar & Amplifier Collection
1
Love it
3
Like it

barbedwireguybarbedwireguy likes this.
TheGateKeeperTheGateKeeper likes this.
eyeballseyeballs loves this.
bossybossy likes this.
See 2 more
Add to collection

Please create an account, or Log in here

If you don't have an account, create one here.


Create a Show & TellReport as inappropriate



Posted 3 years ago

Email

gotwire
(75 items)

This is a #3 butter churn crock I picked up at a flea mkt. last weekend. I collect NRA (National Recovery Act) items but have never seen one of these. Can someone tell me the maker, and possible value? Thanks

It says NRA member "we do our part"

13 inches by 10 inches, approx.

I posted an NRA logo for comparison.

Unsolved Mystery

Help us close this case. Add your knowledge below.

Comments

  1. barbedwireguy barbedwireguy, 3 years ago
    Gotwire, I have seen a couple of these but they were larger and didn't have the rim along the top. Is there a any stamp on the bottom?
  2. gotwire gotwire, 3 years ago
    There are no other stamps/embossing's on it that I can find. The people I got it from had it in the family since the 30's, and said they may still have the churn dash somewhere. " I hope!!"
  3. gotwire gotwire, 3 years ago
    From the net.

    NATIONAL RECOVERY ADMINISTRATION PROPOSED CODE OF FAIR COMPETITION FOR THE STONEWARE INDUSTRY AS SUBMITTED ON AUGUST 30, 1933. Submitted by the NATIONAL STONEWARE MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION

    The Stoneware Industry naturally falls into geographical divisions,
    and, for the purpose of the administration of this Code, these
    geographical divisions are recognized as separate entities and charged
    with the responsibility of setting up and operating their own administrative
    agencies under this Code. Each such district shall be independent
    and self-governing in respect of all conditions and problems
    relating exclusively to s-aid district. Proposals in respect of matters
    affecting more than one district may be initiated by any district, and
    shall be submitted for consideration to the National Executive Committee
    of the Stoneware Industry, hereinafter described, and its
    determination shall be binding upon said district and all other districts
    affected thereby.
    Districts are hereby established as follows:
    Eastern District
    Middle-Western District
    Pacific District
    Southern District

Want to post a comment?

Create an account or login in order to post a comment.