These dishes were made in the early part of the 1900's, and would just be spectacular on a shelf or in a hutch. The colors are still so vibrantly great, and they typify cookware from the early part of the previous century.
Amazing, amazing old baking set by Harker, "The Oldest Pottery in America", and part of the Hotoven Cookingware line.
Adorned with apples, leaves and pears- and their signature orange-red rim.
This set includes a lidded casserole dish, two mixing bowls, and a pie plate.
Most of the pieces have been well-loved and appreciated, so there's lots of crazing and discoloration on the insides of the dishes. These dishes would be better displayed than used.
All are marked on their undersides.
The pie plate is well-able to be used, though, should you desire.
Pie Plate: 10" across, no chips, or cracks, but signs of use.
Casserole Dish and Lid: This dish has seen the most use. It has wonderful crazing and a light brown patina throughout the interior and exterior. The lid has two old chips from the rim. 8.5" across, and almost 4" tall with the lid.
Larger Mixing Bowl: 6.75" across, about 3.5" tall. No chips, but two old cracks, lots of crazing, some discoloration.
Smaller Mixing Bowl: 6" across, about 3" tall. Several cracks, lots of crazing, some discoloration. No chips.
Please do contact me if you have any questions about this set ~ I am happy to send more photos, too, should you need them.
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