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Classic beauty. Utility. Harder to find white bands.
Pristine deadstock, c1920s-1930s yellow ware, yellowware mixing bowl from a long defunct hardware store in Bath, Ohio. This larger bowl is so useful for cooking, baking (hint: holiday cookie season on the horizon) or filling with seasonal farm produce. Handsome alone or filled w/ apples, mini pumpkins & gourds in autumn then vintage glass ornaments or German kugels come Christmas time.
Deep warm mocha tan clay body. Probably made by one of the many Ohio potteries, possibly on the tail end of nearby Akron, Ohio's utilitarian pottery industry.
Distinctively shaped rim, wide & pinstripe bands, concave rib & slightly flared foot lend visual interest to a common form.
~10.25" outside diameter x 5.5"h
Excellent unused, vintage/antique condition: no utensils scratches, cracks or repairs observed. Flaws: one, small flat-ish chip (less than 1/2"x1/4") near rim from long storage/stacking; a small discoloration spot on side which may be from minerals in clay or glaze. Underglaze kiln grit and tiny glaze pops on bottom are normal, authentically characteristic of antique/vintage yellow ware and utilitarian clay products and not considered flaws or damage.
A worthy antique/vintage yellow ware bowl for kitchen, any room. Handy size to nest smaller bowls/
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