New on the blogging circuit: Crocker Farm

Crocker Farm just launched a new blog, Fahrenheit 2300, named after the approximate firing temperature of salt-glazed pottery. If you’re not familiar with them, Crocker Farm (http://www.crockerfarm.com) is one of the nation’s premier auction firms that specializes in American stoneware and redware pottery.

(You can read about their most recent auction here: Crocker Farm reaps record price for stoneware auction)

The Crocker Farm announcement reads:

Fahrenheit 2300 is a blog
dedicated to providing collectors with information and commentary on
American stoneware and redware. Our goal is to fill a void for an
easily available and frequently updated source to discuss both new
findings and old topics relevant to one of our country’s oldest and
most important handicrafts. We hope, through this forum, to enhance the
knowledge and understanding of this art form in a more in-depth way
than our catalogs and website usually allow.

Visit the Crocker Farm blog, Fahrenheit 2300, at http://www.crockerfarm.com/blog/

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