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    Posted 12 years ago

    KathrynJB
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    I haven't the foggiest idea who made it or how old it is. I asked a Red Wing collector site and they told me it wasn't Red Wing, but that's ok. It is 11 inches tall and about 10 3/4 inches at the top opening. It has handles that are in wonderful shape, in fact the whole crock is in great condition. Even my ferret Tinky loves the beautiful brown glazing on the inside.

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    Comments

    1. Suzanne Black, 12 years ago
      Love the crock ... and the ferret!!
    2. KathrynJB, 11 years ago
      Thanks! My 2 girls have to check any new item out for approval. This passed, lol
    3. Tamia Tamia, 11 years ago
      Hi, I think it's called a Beesting crock. Check out collectors weekly stoneware section and AntiqueMystique.com. Hope this helps. My husband collects crocks, so I'm always searching for reference.
    4. Tamia Tamia, 11 years ago
      Oh yeah, LOVE the ferret!!!
    5. KathrynJB, 9 years ago
      Thank you. Since this post Tinky has passed away. I miss her terribly. She was one of a kind.
    6. Laureniscontent, 9 years ago
      Kathryn,
      I am sorry to hear about Tinky .... She really does make the photo fun!
    7. vanskyock24 vanskyock24, 9 years ago
      it is indeed a bee sting crock. theses crocks are highly sought after by crock collectors and bring very high prices.
    8. KathrynJB, 9 years ago
      Thank you Lauren. She was special.
      Thank you vanskyock24. I paid a pretty penny for that one. It's so not perfect and I love the colors.

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