1 Gallon Crock – Rolled Rim – Bristol with/Bluebird Stamp

The natural clay desposit here in Roseville brought early settlers to create crocks and other utilitarian items since the late 1700’s. The blue bird symoblizes the small potteries that produced items in the early spring when the blue birds returned.

  • SKU 11101210
  • 11.5 lb
  • 8.25″d x 8″h

BLUEBIRD WARE Settlers moved into southeastern Ohio during the early 1800s. They settled in the area to farm and manufacture pottery due to the abundant supply of natural resources, such as land, clay and fuel.

During the harsh Ohio winters, farming and pottery manufacturing ceased. When spring came, which was about the same time bluebirds returned to the area, settlers reopened their potteries. Collectively, these small potteries became known as “bluebird potteries,” and much of what they produced was known as “bluebird ware.” Burley Clay Products has chosen to continue marking our crocks with the bluebird symbol to reflect our heritage.

1 Gallon Crock Lid

These were important requirements for cleanliness with krout making and other food storage.

  • SKU 17100210
  • 7 lb
  • 9.25″d

BLUEBIRD WARE Settlers moved into southeastern Ohio during the early 1800s. They settled in the area to farm and manufacture pottery due to the abundant supply of natural resources, such as land, clay and fuel.

During the harsh Ohio winters, farming and pottery manufacturing ceased. When spring came, which was about the same time bluebirds returned to the area, settlers reopened their potteries. Collectively, these small potteries became known as “bluebird potteries,” and much of what they produced was known as “bluebird ware.” Burley Clay Products has chosen to continue marking our crocks with the bluebird symbol to reflect our heritage.

2 Gallon Crock Lid

These were important requirements for cleanliness with krout making and other food storage.

  • SKU 17200210
  • 9 lb
  • 11.75″d x 11.25″h

BLUEBIRD WARE Settlers moved into southeastern Ohio during the early 1800s. They settled in the area to farm and manufacture pottery due to the abundant supply of natural resources, such as land, clay and fuel.

During the harsh Ohio winters, farming and pottery manufacturing ceased. When spring came, which was about the same time bluebirds returned to the area, settlers reopened their potteries. Collectively, these small potteries became known as “bluebird potteries,” and much of what they produced was known as “bluebird ware.” Burley Clay Products has chosen to continue marking our crocks with the bluebird symbol to reflect our heritage.

3 Gallon Crock Lid

These were important requirements for cleanliness with krout making and other food storage.

  • SKU 17300210
  • 11 lb
  • 13″d

BLUEBIRD WARE Settlers moved into southeastern Ohio during the early 1800s. They settled in the area to farm and manufacture pottery due to the abundant supply of natural resources, such as land, clay and fuel.

During the harsh Ohio winters, farming and pottery manufacturing ceased. When spring came, which was about the same time bluebirds returned to the area, settlers reopened their potteries. Collectively, these small potteries became known as “bluebird potteries,” and much of what they produced was known as “bluebird ware.” Burley Clay Products has chosen to continue marking our crocks with the bluebird symbol to reflect our heritage.

2 Gallon Crock – Rolled Rim – Bristol with/Bluebird Stamp

The natural clay desposit here in Roseville brought early settlers to create crocks and other utilitarian items since the late 1700’s. The blue bird symoblizes the small potteries that produced items in the early spring when the blue birds returned.

  • SKU 11201210
  • 15 lb
  • 10.75″d x 9.5″h

BLUEBIRD WARE Settlers moved into southeastern Ohio during the early 1800s. They settled in the area to farm and manufacture pottery due to the abundant supply of natural resources, such as land, clay and fuel.

During the harsh Ohio winters, farming and pottery manufacturing ceased. When spring came, which was about the same time bluebirds returned to the area, settlers reopened their potteries. Collectively, these small potteries became known as “bluebird potteries,” and much of what they produced was known as “bluebird ware.” Burley Clay Products has chosen to continue marking our crocks with the bluebird symbol to reflect our heritage.

Round Ceramic Chef

This natural stoneware product works beautifully in an oven or on a grill to bake or cook meats, vegtables, and espically pizza.

  • SKU CC100R
  • 10 lb
  • 14.5″ Dia.
  • Ribbed side is great for grilling meat and chicken.
  • Flat side is perfect for vegetables, fish, tortillas and pizzas.
  • Heats evenly and quickly, and resists sticking.
  • Seasons and darkens naturally like cast iron.
  • Easy to use on the grill, in the oven/broiler or microwave.
  • Easy to clean and dishwasher safe.
  • Retains heat and can be used as a warming plate.
  • Thaw, then cook frozen food on a hot Ceramic Chef®.
  • Cook, cut and serve on a Ceramic Chef®.

Oblong Ceramic Chef

This natural stoneware product works beautifully in an oven or on a grill to bake or cook meats, vegtables, and espically pizza.

  • SKU CC200S
  • 11 lb
  • 14.75″ x 11.5″
  • Ribbed side is great for grilling meat and chicken.
  • Flat side is perfect for vegetables, fish, tortillas and pizzas.
  • Heats evenly and quickly, and resists sticking.
  • Seasons and darkens naturally like cast iron.
  • Easy to use on the grill, in the oven/broiler or microwave.
  • Easy to clean and dishwasher safe.
  • Retains heat and can be used as a warming plate.
  • Thaw, then cook frozen food on a hot Ceramic Chef®.
  • Cook, cut and serve on a Ceramic Chef®.

3 Gallon Crock – Rolled Rim – Bristol with/Bluebird Stamp

The natural clay desposit here in Roseville brought early settlers to create crocks and other utilitarian items since the late 1700’s. The blue bird symoblizes the small potteries that produced items in the early spring when the blue birds returned.

  • SKU 11301210
  • 19 lb
  • 11.75″d x 11.25″h

BLUEBIRD WARE Settlers moved into southeastern Ohio during the early 1800s. They settled in the area to farm and manufacture pottery due to the abundant supply of natural resources, such as land, clay and fuel.

During the harsh Ohio winters, farming and pottery manufacturing ceased. When spring came, which was about the same time bluebirds returned to the area, settlers reopened their potteries. Collectively, these small potteries became known as “bluebird potteries,” and much of what they produced was known as “bluebird ware.” Burley Clay Products has chosen to continue marking our crocks with the bluebird symbol to reflect our heritage.