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Yellow ware bowl 1a
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Yellow Ware green mixing bowl USA 9 inch possibly Zanesville Stoneware

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Manufacture Date:
1940โ€™s
Style
Simple
Condition
Used
Design
Solid
Material
Stoneware
Color
Green
Type
Bowls
Brand
Zanesville Pottery

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Vintage yellow ware mixing bowl seafoam green, 9" diameter made in USA possibly Zanesville Stoneware shipping weight 4 lb 8 oz This is a lovely old yellow ware mixing bowl, made in the USA, probably sometime between the 1930s and 1950s. The maker is unknown, however, I believe it was probably made by one of the major Ohio River Valley companies. This wonderful piece is glazed in a soft seafoam green color. The rim of the bowl is 1.25" high. There are bands measuring about .75" wide running around the bowl. The bowl is 9" in diameter with a 4.75" base and is 5" deep. This beautiful piece is in very good used condition. There are the usual tiny glaze pops here and there. On the rim, there is one area where the glaze color was applied a little thinner and the color is lighter under the glaze (see the photo above). These are ordinary manufacturing flaws, typical of this type of pottery. On the inner rim, I see a small crack in the glaze and I think that this may also be a manufacturing flaw. I can find no chips or crazing. This is a very heavy bowl and the shipping weight will approach 5 lbs with careful packaging. Thank you for looking.

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