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"Thank you and the good folks at Bennington Pottery for a job well done. You should be proud of the quality of your service and product. You guys are the BEST!"
Mike M., Wallingford, CT
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Tall Stoneware Utensil Crock and Wooden Spoon Gift Set Enlarge

 
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Tall Stoneware Utensil Crock and Wooden Spoon Gift Set

One is probably not enough of these useful stoneware crocks!
This sturdy stoneware utensil crock started life as a container for kitchen tools. Our customers have found many uses for this classic shape - serving breadsticks, chilling wine, displaying flowers, storing artists' paintbrushes, forcing forsythia branches... Will one be enough?

Our #1398 Utensil Crock is 7 3/4"H and 4 1/2"W and holds about 5-1/2 cups.
CODE: 62008-P
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No More Spankings!


Coming up with a special gift for Mom brought me to a Vermont store - Bennington Potters in Bennington, Vermont that sells the most wonderful handmade pottery gift sets. I like to buy American made especially made in Vermont because a quality gift is important to me. A pottery gift is one of my favorites. I looked first at a blue pottery chip and dip set and then spotted a salad bowl set I thought she might like. It was in looking at a kitchen set that my mind wandered. I focused on a utensil crock with a wooden spoon and knew I'd found the perfect gift. I don't know about you but I grew up getting a spanking every once in a while. When I did, my Mom would always reach for the wooden spoon she kept in the stoneware utensil crock on the back of the kitchen stove. It didn't really hurt much, that wasn't the point I guess. She was frustrated and had reached the end of her rope she'd tell us. She muses to this day – no wonder the world is in such a state – there are no more spankings! I'm sure she'll love the utensil crock but will have to find new uses for the wooden spoon I'm afraid!