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The easiest way to identify an antique stoneware crock is through its salt-glazed finish, which is light colored with a grey tinge, rough and pebbled. Crocks that have the same salt glazing on the inside predate 1800, ac... More »

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The easiest way to identify an antique stoneware crock is through its salt-glazed finish, which is light colored with a grey tinge, rough and pebbled. Crocks that have the same salt glazing on the inside predate 1800, ac... More »

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The value of an antique stoneware pickle crock can be estimated by checking through completed online auction listings or by asking an antiques dealer that sells similar crocks. The value of any single crock depends upon ... More »

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The easiest way to identify an antique stoneware crock is through its salt-glazed finish, which is light colored with a grey tinge, rough and pebbled. Crocks that have the same salt glazing on the inside predate 1800, ac... More »

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The value of an antique stoneware pickle crock can be estimated by checking through completed online auction listings or by asking an antiques dealer that sells similar crocks. The value of any single crock depends upon ... More »

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Antique stoneware, pottery or earthenware that is 100 years old or older can possess radioactive materials. Stoneware, particularly orange-red plates and other dining pieces, derived their color from the inclusion of rad... More »

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To identify antique stoneware markings, people should first determine what letters or numbers the mark consists of and then look the mark up on the website of an auction house, such as Crocker Farm, Inc. It may also help... More »

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