Tag Archives: Butter Churn

Collecting Primitive Kitchen Tools

Collecting Primitive Kitchen Tools

By David Moore Primitive kitchen tools have always been a great collecting standard. These old utilitarian antiques of the late 18th to mid-19th centuries are great to look at and make wonderful displays. Build-Your-Own and Back Again The Industrial Revolution started in the 1790s in England. In the United States the Industrial age caught on […]

Stoneware butter churn, $19,500, Rhonda's Auction

Stoneware butter churn, $19,500, Rhonda's Auction

Stoneware butter churn, $19,500, Rhonda’s Auction Gavels ‘n’ Paddles Recent Auction Results From Near & Far By Ken Hall A rare circa 1825 N. Clark & Co. (Nathan Clark, Athens, N.Y.) six-gallon salt glazed stoneware butter churn, decorated with large cobalt deer and tree, sold for $19,500 at an auction held Mar. 23 by Rhonda’s […]