Western Stoneware Illinois Pottery Crock Butter Churn 3

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  • Item Category: Ceramics
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Aug 25,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

Western Stoneware Butter Churn
3 Gallon Butter Churn

Up for sale is this really nice old Western Stoneware Butter churn. it is a 3 gallon size. It is marked 3 and WESTERN STONEWARE CO with a beautiful blue maple leaf. It measures 43" tall to the top of the dasher, and 13" tall to the top of the crock. It is a nice looker. The crock part is in great condition. Has a coupleof very minor fleabites. I can find no cracks. The lid has some minor damage as shown. Not bad as you can see. The dasher is good and sturdy. Overall a real nice churn. If you need more pictures please have all requests in 24 hours prior to listings end to help ensure a timely answer. Don't let this great little collectible piece pass you by! We will combine shipping on multiple auctions won when possible. Be sure to add me to your favorites list !
About our items: Most of our items we sell are used, old, antique, second hand, etc... And will have signs of use and or wear. I try to accurately describe any and all defects, wear, age, etc... I always try to provide lots of photos of every angle so t are no suprises when you recieve your purchase. As they say a picture is worth a thousand words. All items are sold AS IS and as shown in the photos so please ask any and all questions prior to purchasing or bidding. Most of our items are found in Missouri and Arkansas. Althought they may have originated from somew else prior to our purchase.
Shipping: We strive to pack our items well so they are delivered to you in one piece! Insurance is required. I cannot be responsible for any loss that may occur from uninsured or underinsured items! If you need delivery confirmation or any other special services those are also available for additional fees.
PAYMENT: Payment is due in 10 Days unless other arrangements have been made. A nonpaying bidder report will be filed promptly on the 11th day if payment has not been recieved. I accept ONLY GOOD personal checks, MO, and Pay-pal. Checks will be held for a FULL 10 days before ANY item will be shipped. We will now be FULLY enforcing the 10 day wait! MO, and Pay-pal are preferred and will ship my next trip to the P.O.
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