(Actual churn will be whiter than pictured, see the water cooler picture for true color)
Priced as a 2 gal, select 3 gal above using drop down box.
2 gal churn measures 8-1/4" wide at the bottom, 7-1/4" at the top and 12" tall.
3 gal churn measures 9" wide at the bottom, 7-1/2" at the top and 14" tall.
Churns come with a lid and wooden dasher. The 3 gallon has a 27 3/4" long handle and the 2 gallon has a 21 1/4" handle.
Microwave, oven, and dishwasher safe. The pottery is durable and functional for everyday use.
Butter churns are available in plain white or blue stripe. (Actual churn will be whiter than pictured). The white will be the same color as the other blue stripe products. Depending on where it is in the kiln actual colors may vary between cream and white with some grayish hue. Another characteristic to old fashioned hand turned pottery.
Stoneware churns can also be personalized for $12 using the drop down box option at the top of the page. In the comment section at checkout please leave us the name that you would like added, or e-mail it to us. Personalized names and messages will be hand painted.
Standard blue stripe is usually ready to ship within two weeks. The stock is sometimes limited and may take 3-4 weeks to ship. Plain white and personalized items are custom made per order and may take 3-4 weeks to ship.
Stoneware Pottery is U.S.A made in Texas by a small family owned and operated pottery company, which has been making quality pottery for over 22 years. Each piece is hand turned by a master potter, hand painted or finished and then coated with a lead-free glaze.
Because pottery is hand turned dimensions may vary slightly. Stoneware pottery may also develop small imperfections during the firing and glazing process. All food contact surfaces are inspected for such imperfections before shipping. The outside may have imperfections that add to the character of the stoneware.
Lids on stoneware pottery are made just like the old ones and then fired. In order to fire them, some of the bottom is left unglazed where they will sit in the kiln. This is normal so they do not stick during the process. The original lids were made the same as you can see on antique crocks and churns.