Lidded Crock Quart


This style of pottery storage jar is very appropriate for the latter quarter of the 1700’s and into the 1800’s. Modeled after original examples by Master Potter, Gary Nieter. While lids are appropriately included, they were often used without them utilizing instead pieces of fabric, leather, paper, or animal bladders tied over the mouths. Made of a specially formulated stoneware clay to handle liquids, so they are perfect for both pickling as well as for dry storage. Food-safe, lead-free glaze. The quart jar is approximately 6” tall by 4-1/2” in diameter.

Made in USA

Item # P-4056

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Gene Visneski

This is great for just about anything, I was intending to use it for pickles but its to nice to hide in the fridge so I'll be using it for dry storage. Quality is Excellent!


I bought two of these for my wife. She is not a re-enactor or even history enthusiast, but simply made a comment about them when I was perusing the Townsend's web site. I bought them for use in our modern kitchen. Their quality is superb and she loves them! I recommend them for either re-enactment or modern use.

Todd Ehlers
Without Flaws

Such a stout, strong, and handsome representative of pantry-ware.

The quality of the turning, glazing, and color balance is immediately manifest.

A glorious and permanent addition to my wife's pantry, storage, and course-facilitating culinary art.

Great little crock!

Great little crock for making and storing pickled eggs and kraut. Love it!

Crystal Schneider
Family Fun Living History - storage and butter churn

Hoping to make wooden top and paddles for a table-top size butter churn.