This is a large, hand-thrown, stoneware, blue sponge glazing, popcorn bowl in the beehive shape, from Marshall Pottery in Marshall, Texas. It dates back to 1970.
This bowl is heavy and crock-like, with the look and feel of quality. It has horizontal ribs around the bowl.
It has a creamy, tan, primary glaze and “That’s All!” is glazed on the bottom-inside. “Popcorn is for Sharing" is glazed around the outside, under the rim.
It has a small, barely noticeable chip from the top of the rim, as shown in the photos. It blends in with the sponge pattern of the glaze there. Otherwise, it is in perfect condition with no other scratches, cracks, crazing, or dings in the finish.
It is 4 1/8” tall and 10 ¾” in diameter from rim to rim.