Handmade Ceramic Vintage-Style Crock
We love a piece that would look right at home in Grandma’s kitchen—not to mention our own—and these crocks are no exception. Each one is wheel-thrown in Vermont from super-durable stoneware clay, with a cream-colored glaze and blue laurel detail for classic flair. They come in sizes aplenty, too: Grab the two-quart size for your standard spread of utensils, the one-quart for a smaller set of tools, and the one-gallon for an ever-growing collection (it’ll even corral those rolling pins). Oh, and see that one-pint size? We’re picturing a lil’ basil plant sitting happily inside, waiting for your next margherita pizza.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Julia Gartland
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