I am linking this post to Smiling Sally for Blue Monday. A Stroll Thru Life for Tabletop Tuesday. In the 1980's I subscribed to a magazine called Early American Life. There was an add in it about this reproduction of antique stoneware made by the Wisconsin pottery in Columbus Wisconsin. You could join to receive one piece every 6 weeks for I beleive the price was $19.99 each 6 weeks. You never knew what pieces you were getting til they arrived. All pieces are dated and mine are from 1988-1990. I do not know exactly how many pieces I have, but have shown most. I have a few other pieces scattered here and there, but these are pieces that are clusted together. The first picture are different shape and design jugs and pitchers.
The next picture is a large crock with a blue painted flower and leaf design. I have only used that for flowers once in a while. The Grandma's Dessert Mold is an antique and belonged to my Grandmother. The second are all covered pieces that I keep sugar, tea and the large one has my flour. Next is my beverage center where I put my coffee or tea together in the morng. The large container with the deer is a beverage container with spigot. Love this piece. The mug in this picture was not part of the collection. The next picture has my mixing bowls, baking crocks and inside one is a pottery colander. When I was collecting these I thought what in the world I am thinking. But after many years I really appreciate them and use them every day. Thanks for stopping by to see my repro stoneware. ~~Sherry~~