Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Vintage Thingie Thursday


It's Thursday and time for
another round of VTT.








I thought I would share with you today this 2 gallon jug that is part of a small collection that I have (which means that I have more than 1).


Here is a close up showing the info of the dealer of the spirits.


I always love the illustrations on the crockery jugs whether they are the typical birds or the grapes.

Be sure and visit all of the participating blogs by going to Coloradolady to find out who is participating in today's Vintage Thursday Thingie

23 comments:

Coloradolady said...

very pretty jugs, I love the outside of the jugs too. The writing always interest me for some reason. Great VTT post. Have a great day!

Roslyn Atwood said...

Beautiful jug-where is the rest of the collection?!

Ulla said...

I can imagine the wine staying cool in a heavy jug like yours.

Louise (KardKrazy) said...

Very interesting jug, Sarah.
(If the criteria for small collection is more than one, I guess I'm a collector of quite a few things:)

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

pretty jug. love the blue colour on it.. Happy VTT

ClassyChassy said...

The illustrations on the jugs and old crockery are so cool - it adds interest for me, to see the different designs or emblems! Nice JUGS! ;)

Elizabeth said...

I love these jugs, also. I have a couple of the peanut butter barrels, but no jugs.

Marjorie (Molly) Smith said...

I just love this jug, I have always loved the crock jugs, so interesting and the graphs are great.
Molly

Susan said...

Love it--I have some Rowe pottery and love that cobalt blue.

^..^Corgidogmama said...

Always have loved this type of crock jug. It's a thing of beauty.

Robin said...

Beautiful jug! Love the blue colors and images!

foxxy said...

Cool Jug! Looks heavy!

Heather said...

Gorgeous jug!

Olde Dame Penniwig said...

What a crock!

Love it. I have several with sweet annie sticking out the top.

Bea said...

Wow! Love old crockery. I've never seen a jug like yours.

bj said...

Oh, I LOVE vintage crocks...and this one is just beautiful !
Thanks for sharing!!

Stephanie said...

This is so pretty! Reminds me of colonial pottery. Love the blue!

Stephanie

Janet, said...

I love your jug. The blue words and pictures make it that much better.

marybt said...

That's a perfect moonshine jug! lol. What a great find.

Kris Dickinson said...

I always love to see your treasures Sarah! This one is fantastic!

House of Hullabaloo said...

THOSE GRAPES ARE FABULOUS. WOULDN'T YOU LOVE A STAMP LIKE THAT!

marianedwardsdreamweaver said...

i love those old crockery jugs..yours is a beauty :)

Kelly said...

This looks salt glaze? So wonderful! ~Kelly

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