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    Posted 10 years ago

    screima
    (24 items)

    Just a few examples of what my husband has picked up over the years. I really had no idea it .. stoneware was so wildly popular!
    The largest crock #15 . The lid is a #20 & is from an olive crock it appears damaged but isn't. That's the way it was made.
    Can anyone identify for me the one on the far right of the photo? What it was used for?
    There are no markings on it and it is just as you see it with the exception of the original plug which by the way is still inside of it.

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    1. Nancy Salisbury, 10 years ago
      I believe that the crock on the far right is a water cooler . Where the plug is was where you would put a spigot to despense the water or lemonaid . It should also have a lid . I have had a few of these over the years . They are nice for large gatherings . They also still make some of these new . The last one I had was a new one . We just did not use it that often so I sold it .
    2. Nancy Salisbury, 10 years ago
      If you ever watch the old Andy Griffit show they have a water cooler just like yours in the jail . I saw it just today .
    3. screima, 10 years ago
      Crock on the left is a cooler,yes..the crock on the right has the one opening on top.
      The original plug/ stopper? is now inside on the bottom.
    4. screima, 10 years ago
      Right of the large one behind the wheel.

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