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Because all of Rowe Pottery products are handmade, you will not find the consistency of machine made, production-line products. The size and shape of a piece will vary and the individual decorator who creates your piece will influence the pattern. Throwing ridges created by the potter's hand as it turns on the wheel, brown flashings created in the kiln where two pots "kiss" each other all add to the character and uniqueness of your particular piece. These are inherent traits of salt glaze stoneware and make each piece a joy for you and generations to come.

Early Americans cherished their stoneware for its durability in oven and hearth. Crocks, jars and jugs had to withstand daily use and perform equally well in extreme hot and cold temperatures. Today we enjoy authentic salt glaze for the same reasons.  It's 100% food safe and use it in the oven, microwave and is dishwasher safe.

Rowe Pottery is handmade with pride just like it was 150 years ago.

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Historical 2010

Colorization varies greatly due to the Salt Glaze style of firing the pottery - Colors from pale grey blue to dark brown are normal - we can not speculate on what color you will receive - each is a limited edition - all will have brown and blue spots

Turks Head Mold

The 2010 Historical Turks Head Mold was first seen being produced here in the states in West New York, Southern Maryland and Ohio between 1860-1900. Due to the turban shape, pieces are popularly called Turks cap molds. Used to make cakes, they were manufactured for many years in England before they were introduced into America

8"W x 3.5"H

$ 76.50

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Handled Baking Pot

The 2010 Historical Handled Baking Dish were first seen in the East and Midwest between 1910-1950. Made by various large potteries primarily in New Jersey and Ohio. Intended for use in oven, they are designed to withstand high temperatures and are extremely durable

9"Wide x 5.2"Deep

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Wine Fountain

The 2010 Historical Wine Fountain is based on a piece used in the 1800s. Small Fountains or coolers, essentially two or three gallon jugs with spigot holes and often heavy double loop handles were commonly used in taverns, particularly in New York State, as containers for and dispensers of wines and brandy. Minute incised cuts add detail to the leaves

12"high x 8"wide

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Yelloware Butter Crock

The 2010 Historical Yelloware Butter Crock was first produced in New Jersey and Ohio between 1890-1920. Intended for display in kitchen, where they served as storage vessels for flour, sugar, and other foodstuffs.

6.75"h x 5.5"w

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Preserve Jar

The 2010 Historical Collection evokes the remembrance of unpretentious simpler times. The elongated handled jar form dates back to the 1800's and was primarily used for the storage of food. Often a wax seal was melted over the opening to keep out moisture and anything else that would contaminate the food.
13.75"h x 6.2"w

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