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Lambrecht Creamery butter crock
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Details

Object ID 002189

Object Name Lambrecht Creamery butter crock

Object Desc Stoneware crock for Lambrecht Butter. 2 pound size. Off-white with blue text on front.

Collection General Collection

Accession # CMY002103

Alternate ID

General Category History

Category Food Containers

Source

Source Category Found In Collection

Accession Date JAN 1,1991

Credit/Acknowledgement

Location Room 4, Shelf 4

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Status On-Site Collection Storage

Object Keywords Lambrecht Creamery,butter,crocks,stoneware,dairy,


Title Lambrecht Creamery butter crock

Description Stoneware crock. Off-white with blue text on front. Text on front "Lambrecht / Butter / 'Famous for its Flavor' / Milwaukee Chicago". Sides and interior are glazed. Bottom is not. Large lip around top. On bottom side has embossed text "C 2" indicating 2 lb. size.

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Height 3.75

Length 0

Width 0

Depth 0

Diameter 5.5

Circumference 17

Weight 0

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Quantity 0

Material stoneware

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Place of Origin

Maker Lambrecht Creamery

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Image Caption CMY2103

Description

Conditions

Date MAY 15,2014

Summary fair

Assessor BN

Notes On front at lower edge there is a chip in the stoneware with loss. To right of front text there are paper accretions, looks like sticker. Exterior and interior of crock have brown stains from liquid. Top lip is dirty and stained. No glaze on lip, either wore off or was not glazed originally. On interior at bottom stoneware has radiating cracks, two clusters of cracks. Bottom of crock is dirty and discolored. Wear on edges. A clear coating covers the bottom, unsure if original or added subsequently. Black staining in creaves of stoneware on bottom.


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