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Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Lidded Crockery

Howdy friends!

Today I feature my lidded crocks. 


The above 3 gallon crown crock has this 
number three stamped on its crock lid.



My cake crocks all with their own lids.


This bee sting crock with its wood lid.


Two more crocks with wood lids.


Another crown crock. This one a five gallon.


This lid is my favorite with its intricate design.

Do you have any lidded crocks?

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On another note, Mother Nature 
decided April Snow showers to be in our area.
The tall tree on the left is our flowering pear,
which was just starting to bud.


Tree in the middle is our Redbud,
also just starting to bud,
with our Honeysuckle vine leaves 
to the left. All full with snow.

Not sure if they will bloom now.
Lidded Snowy Crockery Blessings To All!
Janice

20 comments:

  1. Yes I have a lidded crock. No number stamped on the lid but on the side is a blue crown with 6 stamped on the side. So guess it is a 6 gallon crock. It was my grandfather's and as an adult he and I would make wine from his concord grapes in it.

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    1. What a fond memory you have of your grandfather. Janice

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  2. I have many crocks, but only one that has a lid.
    Very little snow here this morning at my house, but other areas of Ohio got 4-5". The good news...it will be gone tout de suite!

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    1. From snow to frost. Mother Nature is being mean to us. Janice

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  3. Oh Janice, you DID get a lot of snow. We didn't get any, though the temp got into the 20s. I'm glad it missed us but still with the cold worrying about flowers and flowering trees. Fingers crossed.

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  4. Hi, no crocks with lids for me.
    This weather has been so strange! We had snow Monday.

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  5. I do have lidded crocks I keep potatoes and onions in each I have a crock for birdseed that my husband made a wooden lid and a crock that my husband made a wooden lid from a very old cutting board for my flower.
    We are suppose to get snow tonight enough already
    Cathy

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    1. How cool you keep onions and potatoes in a crock. Mine are in a wood bucket. After our snow we had frost. Mother Nature is not being nice right now. Janice

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  6. I so hope the plants will be able to bloom. One year we "lost" all our spring blooms in a similar event. I love the lidded crocks, and it is much harder to find the lidded ones than the ones that have lost their lids! Is that what they mean by "flipping your lid" I wonder? I think the cake crocks are my favorites!

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    1. From snow to frost. Actually I found most of the lids after having the crocks. I laughed at you saying flipping your lid. LOL Janice

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  7. I do, but not as nice as you....too bad mother nature didn't put a "lid" on the snow...ahahah

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    1. Glad to see you are back. Miss you. Yes she needs to put a lid on it. Janice

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  8. You have a lovely collection. I had a brown one but alas it had an accident and broke quite a long time ago but I still have two stoneware jugs, lol...

    I hope the flowering trees will bloom just the same.

    We had a torrent of rain in the evening and through the night. The grown needed it. I planted some seeds outdoors yesterday in my raised little beds as an experiment. I'm not too worried about it. If they grow, it would be fantastic. I've never planted seeds outdoors in April until now.

    Have a great weekend.
    Hugs,
    Julia

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    1. Too bad your crock broke. From snow to frost...not good for the plants at all. Good luck with your seeds. Janice

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  9. We had a snowstorm as well...I ran out of sheets and blankets trying to cover up what I could! We'll keep our fingers crossed. I love crockery, so wonderful to see your collection. I wish mine had come with lids, but I suppose that's one of the easier things to break over the years. And a bee sting pattern...I love that! I have one with a pattern I can't identify...maybe I'll post a picture soon and you'll know what it's called!

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  10. We went from snow to frost. Yes do post a pic of yours. Love to see others collections. Janice

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  11. Oh my, snow in April! Stay inside and safe. 'Love the lidded crockery. Your have so many beautiful items.

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  12. Yes Danice, a shock to us. Thanks for your lovely comment. Appreciate it. Janice

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