This item is currently not available.
Collect kitchen scraps in this charming, block-printed ceramic crock. Resembling an antique pickle crock, it will look right at home on your countertop, and no one but you will know what's inside.
(based on 26 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
Reviewed by 26 customers
Displaying reviews 1-10
Back to top
Previous | Next »
This crock fullfils its purpose.
from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Comments about : Vintage Compost Crock:
The opening makes it hard to litter the composting material, but nothing to hard, I would still purchase it.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Was this review helpful? Yes / No
- You may also flag this review
Beautiful and handy
By Plays in dirt
from Del Rio, TX
About Me Budget Shopper
This is such a beautiful way to hide veggie and fruit scraps for the compost pile. It looks like a kitchen canister, so nobody else knows what it really is. The charcoal filter keeps any odors from escaping while being filled.
Too cute to be under the sink
By Alturas hippies
from Alturas, CA
About Me Midrange Shopper
We wanted to replace the old plastic bucket we kept under the kitchen sink for our compostable wastes and this seemed just the right size. It is way too pretty to sit under the sink, though! The only drawback we can point out is the curved rim at the top which does make it difficult to remove the waste, but other than that, we're very happy with this purchase.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Vintage Compost Crock
from Minneapolis MN
The pot did not have the large top opening as I was lead to believe from the drawing so it was not useful for me.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
attractive and useful
from Panama City Florida
great and attractive, handy for kitchen scraps. Holds a good quanity of compostable scraps
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Not just another pretty face
By Travelin' Mouse
from Ballston Lake, NY
This is an attractive, functional solution to the daily composting materials. Looks nice on the counter, has a deceptively good capacity, and the charcoal filter is functional and practical.The only drawback is as others have noted ... that the neck of the container is smaller than the body, so it catches some of the composting material upon emptying. I solve that issue by taking a long-handled spoon with me when dumping it out, and it solves the problem for me. Were it not for this drawback, I'd have given it 5 stars.
It's very attractive and convenient - a little work to empty thoroughly and clean, but very efficient at being odorless.
By Krabby Abby
It is what it is - a compost jar. Looks nice on the counter.
great look with minoir issue...
from Orange, Co, Calif
I love the look of the vintage crock. Only problem is when using the bio bags, it is hard to get the bag out of the crock when full. I have put it on its side and used a rolling action.
Great size counter compost crock
By Barbara S
from Cedar Park, Tx
I just love this crock. It holds a lot of kitchen scraps before you have to empty it. I also love the old country look to it. And I love to get things on sale! Was such a good deal.
Gardening Success Guaranteed
Garden Lab Designed & Tested
Support a Community that Cares
Expert Garden Advice