Crock (dishware)

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Ancient Greek casserole and brazier, 6th/4th century BC, exhibited in the Ancient Agora Museum in Athens, housed in the Stoa of Attalus

A crock is a pottery container sometimes used for food and water, synonymous with the word pot, and sometimes used for chemicals. Derivative terms include crockery and crock-pot.

A gypsy's crock is a (traditionally three-legged) cooking pot.[1]

8 basic open crocks, large one is 20 gallons

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