Green Schoolhouse Stoneware Crock

Exclusive-design pottery jar pictures the one-room Canterbury Green District School, a landmark 19th century building restored by the Canterbury Historical Society.

Using traditional methods, artisans of Grandville Hollow Pottery in central Pennsylvania wheel throw every piece, decorate it by hand, glaze it, and fire it at over 2300 degrees F. Molds and jiggers are not used. The slight variations in shape, size, and color resulting from the handmade process make each jar truly one of a kind. Lead-free, dishwasher and microwave safe, these jars can also be used in a conventional oven provided extreme rapid temperature changes are avoided. Seven inches tall. Holds approximately one quart.

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