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Colonial Bucket Company

Colonial Bucket Company Ephrata Lancaster County PAIn the age of throw away replacements, Colonial Colonial Bucket Company Ephrata Lancaster County PABucket Company at Green Dragon Farm Market is a rare and welcome hidden gem.  Featuring quality scenery products, the hand-crafted creations and free-hand artistry are unparalleled in their beauty and durability.  From scenic buckets to picturesque butter churns, from painted skillets to decorated saw blades, from birdhouses to whirlybirds…you will be very satisfied with the selection you make for that perfect gift and you will thoroughly appreciate the purchases you make for your own enjoyment.  In addition to their many quality scenery products, explore all that is offered at Stoltzfus Bulk Foods Stand and at the HomeStyle Jams & Jellies Stand.

“Our GOAL is to make Quality Workmanship Our Business”

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Visit Us…

Every Friday, 9am until 9pm, visit Our Stands at Green Dragon Farmers Market of Ephrata…
*Stoltzfus Bird Supplies in Tower Village (look for the green water tower
*Stoltzfus Bulk Foods in Building 6
*Homesytle Jams & Jellies in Upper Midway

Our Story…

Colonial Bucket Company Crafstman Josh Stoltzfus has been making fine hand-crafted buckets, crates, and other wood creations for the past 25 years.  In 2005, Josh’s wife Mary applied her artistic touch and added attractive scenes to Josh’s wood creations as well as to various metal craft (saw blades, skillets, milk cans, and so forth.

Our Buckets and Churns…

Our Painted Saws…

Other Painted Sceneries…

Our Bird Houses & Feeders…

Our Bulk Foods, Jams, & Jellies

***Featuring many varieties of Jake and Amos Products.

Everything Else…

***The wagons are locally handcrafted and assembled in different sizes and colors.
***The wind chimes are Amish-made in Shipshewanna,Indiana, powder-coated, with a lifetime warranty.

 

 

 

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