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Blue Decorated Stoneware 3 Gallon Crock Attributed to Upton Stuckey

Made in Loogootee, Martin County, Indiana

Circa 1860-1880
: Measuring 10.75" tall and 10" in diameter, this 3 gallon straight-sided stoneware crock with freehand cobalt decoration is attributed to Upton Stuckey's Martin County pottery in Loogootee, Indiana, which Upton Stuckey ran with his father Martin Stuckey, the first potter in Martin County, for nearly 50 years. This scarce third quarter 19th century antique stoneware storage jar is decorated with two cobalt flowers, a tornado, and the number three. Additionally, there is a 3 stamped on the side of the jar. Note that in the second photo, this Indiana crock is pictured with a two gallon example from the same decorator and a signed Stucky churn. This three gallon salt glazed crock is in excellent condition with a few typical flakes on the inside rim.

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Indiana Antique Stoneware Blue Decorated 3 gallon Crock by Upton Stuckey Stucky

Indiana Antique Stoneware Blue Decorated 3 gallon Crock by Upton Stuckey Stucky

Indiana Antique Stoneware Blue Decorated 3 gallon Crock by Upton Stuckey Stucky

Indiana Antique Stoneware Blue Decorated 3 gallon Crock by Upton Stuckey Stucky

Indiana Antique Stoneware Blue Decorated 3 gallon Crock by Upton Stuckey Stucky

Indiana Antique Stoneware Blue Decorated 3 gallon Crock by Upton Stuckey Stucky

Blue Decorated Stoneware 3 Gallon Crock Attributed to Upton Stuckey
For Sale: $495

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