Stoneware

  • Bartmann Jugs

    Bartmann jugs are named that because of the bearded face on the neck. The first Bartmänner were produced around 1550, and pieces of them appear in […]

  • Crucible with Glass

    This object is a portion of a crucible with remnants of glass melted, cooled, and stuck to the inside. A crucible is an “industrial strength” vessel […]

  • Triangular Crucible

    This unused crucible was made in Hesse, Germany. The refractory clay fabric (body) peppered with quartz enables the vessel to withstand very high temperatures. The triangular-shaped […]