Old Stoneware

Happy Saturday, lovelies!!! Today, I’m so excited to be joining some sweet bloggers in a fun blog hop, hosted by Cindy, at County Road 407. We are each sharing how we use old stoneware/crocks in our decor.

This may come as a surprise to some of you that know how much I adore antiques and vintage treasures, but I own just three pieces of stoneware! It’s something that I love, but just haven’t started collecting yet.

Today, I introduce you to my three pieces of stoneware…

They are all sitting happily on the shelves in my kitchen.

My favorite of the three, is this blue spatter crock…

It is the perfect place to add fresh flowers to brighten up these shelves! Fresh flowers is always a must for me!!

And, I’m totally loving this little gem too! It’s an old cheese spread crock. Wouldn’t it be so charming to buy cheese spread that came in a darling little crock?!! Someone needs to bring these little gems back to the shelves!

And last, but not least….

This little potted meats container….I wonder what would have been inside this little container?

Now, let’s head over to check out what everyone else is sharing today! Simply click on the links below….

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Hope y’all have a wonderful weekend!!!


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  1. Too funny. Did everyone know that you can still buy potted meat in a can. Good stuff. I love the crock. They should bring it back for a promotion.

    1. That’s so cool! I had no idea!! That would be awesome if them brought the crocks back!

  2. I was wondering what potted meats was. Maybe something like Spam?! LOL!

    Love your 3 pieces and the beautiful color! I’ve not seen any like that. Makes me want to start gathering more. I’m sure the Mister is going to love that. Haha. Too bad, so sad.

    Thanks so much for joining in. Your vignettes are gorgeous. You have such a talent sweet friend. Pinned!

    1. Thank you so much!! This was such a fun blog hop!!

  3. Your crockery is adorable, I just adore that blue-spotted one!! Happy to be hopping with you!

    1. Thank you!!!

  4. Believe that Kaukauna pot once contained a spreadable cheese product. I see on line that you can still become a member of the Kaukauna (Wisconsin) Cheese Klub.

    1. That’s so cool!! Thank you for letting me know. I just updated my blog post about it! Thank you!!!

  5. These crocks are so pretty Emily! I always love the way you style and layers your ironstone collection with antique and vintage pieces. It’s just gorgeous! Hope you’re having a great weekend, hugs, CoCo

    1. Thank you so much!! You’re so sweet!

  6. Hi Emily, first of all I have to oooh and aaah over those wonderful open shelves in your kitchen. Love them! And that blue spatter crock is gorgeous, just perfect with the hydrangeas. Seeing everyone’s crockery collections make me want to try to add to my small one!

    1. You’re so kind!!! Thank you!

  7. Such a sweet trio! I Love how you styled them your shelves!

    1. Thank you!

  8. Your pieces look lovely in your home. Even though you don’t have many the pieces you do have are a nice addition to your home’s decor.

    1. You’re so nice!! Thank you!!!

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