Z5144 Medium Redware Crock by John Bell of Waynesboro, Pennsylvania
Description: Nice medium size earthenware crock manufactured by John Bell of Waynesboro, Pennsylvania. The interior has a clear lead glaze and the outside is left unglazed. This one shows honest use. There is a chip to the base edge that measures 1.25" x .75" with a depth of .152". There is also a very tight hairline across the base. It starts on the interior edge of the chip and runs approximately 3.5" across the base almost extending to the opposite side. The hairline crack is visible from inside and is sturdy. This example is fairly clean and has an excellent mark. The opening is slightly out of round which is common with a few flea bites here and there. Very nice local piece of redware!
Marked: "JOHN BELL / WAYNSBORO" 1850-1880
Measures: 7.50" in height, 6.5" outside diameter on top, 5" outside diameter on the bottom
Weight: 3lbs. 11oz. crock only.
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