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    Large Standard Heinz Currant Jelly Crock The label on this lovely Heinz crock is bright and bold. It's eye-catching image depicts several fruits and an intricate art-deco style pattern. The label is in perfect shape with little or no tears or soiling. This crock once held currant jelly. Currants are small, grape-like berries. They are a juice berry with a sweet to tart flavor. The red and white currants were often used in james or preserves, syrups, or sorbets. This type of large crock would be used when making preserves since currants often provided a solid base for most jams and jellies. This crock comes complete with its original handle, in superb condition. Although the lid is missing, it will still make a lovely display piece!

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    December, 2005
    15th-16th Thursday-Friday
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