This project, my friends, was a complete and utter experiment…and I decided that no matter the outcome, I would post the final results. And what, pray tell, was that crazy idea of mine? To transform a ceramic canister into a stoneware crock with faux painting, to give it the look of French country kitchen!
We have a few of these, some of which were marked Beautifully simple rustic stoneware pottery salt cellar 'pig' for your kitchen This is a good tool for grinding in a mortar bowl, or for mashing potatoes, or to tam
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Being made of ceramic, I thought it would be perfect to recreate a stoneware Crock project. I love sharing these easy and affordable ideas. I included affiliate links to some of the products that I used, just click on the highlighted items. I think I have or had some, I need to check the garage.
How does lead wind up in crockpots and other ceramic food and drink containers? Ceramic ware is glazed before entering a kiln to bake. These glazes sometimes contain lead to give products an attractive shine.
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This fabulous piece of Greene County Pennsylvania stoneware measures 15" in height, has great contrast, and is decorated from top to bottom. The crock's large size, scarce decoration, and excellent visual appeal cobine to make it a very desirable piece of Southwestern Pennsyvania stoneware, and we're sure that the new owner will be pleased with this hansome storage jar turned on the wheel at one of the most renowned potteries on the storied Monongahela River. Circa : In shortly after the close of the Civil War, brothers Orson Hart Seymour and Henry Phelps Seymour partnered a shortlived Hartford, Connecticut, pottery business that lasted until Henry's death in
Found at flea markets, antique stores, vintage specialty shops and your grandmother's cellar, antique crock pitchers not only remind you of days gone by, they make conversation-worthy wall art when displayed on a wall shelf. Categorized as earthenware, crock pitchers come in a variety of sizes, allowing you to be creative when it comes to your display. The theme of your overall room decor combined with the amount of pitchers you wish to display should help you determine what type of shelf you choose.
A simple crock from the thrift store and Americana Multi-Surface paints are all you need to make a painted utensil crock for your kitchen. A quick and easy project that will get your kitchen organized in no time. I picked up this dated crock from a local thrift store.