For now, you can see my crock collection. Some are new and some are old. Here is the hoosier, which I moved and put all my smaller crocks on in the family room...
Two crocks that hold plants, one new, one old.
And two more old crocks that I put plants in.
This in one that sits on my front porch, it's from Bangor, Maine.
And another one on my front porch. This is my most recent purchase from a yard sale this summer. The only reason the old man sold it was because it had a crack in it and could no longer hold his pickles. But I'm pay $10 for a cracked crock:)
Here is a big 10 gallon crock that sits in front of my fireplace right now holding fall foliage.
And another 10 gallon one, this one just sits next to the hoosier.
I just realized I have one more 3 gallon crock that I didn't get a pic of because it's sitting on my kitchen table right now with a plant in it waiting to find a new place to go after the family room redo. Anyway, I'm not sure why I like or collect crocks, I guess they just catch my eye.
Have a terrific day!