A Fine Country Pottery Crock, North-East of England or Borders, 19th Century
A traditional lidded crock, possibly from the Scottish Border region for everyday use, vegetables or bread. With ornamental sliptrail double bands for decoration. A wonderful piece of traditional 19th century country pottery.
12” H x 9” W O/A approx.
In very good condition. Lid appears to be slightly different colour, made for the pot but fired in a different part of the kiln, minor wear commensurate with age and use.
Ref Number: 324031A
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