|Stig Lindberg poster at Etsy|
|Veckla Series by Stig Lindberg|
|More Stig Lindberg Veckla which means "fold"|
|Lindberg tea cup, photo by Fiona Martin, Pinterest|
|Black earthenware by Stig Lindberg|
|Lindberg Berså Wood Lid Canister|
Living in a small space with no room? Hang a few crocks on the wall.
|Stig Lindberg Berså hanging ceramic canisters|
|Lindberg's ceramic Von Ming Teapot/infuser/cup combination|
|Carl Harry Stalhåne (1920-1990) for Rörstrand|
|Berit Turnell for Upsala-Ekeby|
|Kaj Franck canisters at allmodern.com|
|Arabia Finland Ruska Franck Teapot|
In Norway, I think I'd be crocking my 2005 Naka in Figgjo Flint, some of these covered bowls go for €30 or less! My only worry would be some idiot friend of mine might confuse my maocha with tobacco and try to smoke it.
|1960s Flint casserole dish|
|Vintage Belgian earthenware crock|
|Pot by Karen Margrethe Karberg, retropottery.net|
|Lidded crock by Maria Philippi|
|Carla Vrijer, Holland|
|Cute Schmitt tea canister, but I'd buy me one of these crocks instead|
|Le Creuset stoneware 4.5L Bean pot at macys.com|
|1870s Ontario, cobalt glaze hand thrown Huron Pottery crock, Ebay|
I'm told by a reader in the UK that "utility crocks" can easily be found in charity and junk shops. One choice for me would be 19th century vintage crocks by Doulton and Co., and I've seen big ones with lids for less than £20 on Ebay.uk. Only purple periwinkles could get my personal Hyacinth Bucket on better than this.
|Doulton & Co. South Canterbury Museum|
|Made to order fermentation crock by Molly Kite Spadone|
Time for a recovery cuppa...Good luck with storage and let me know what you find!