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Monmouth Marcrest Five Piece Nesting Mixing Bowl Set

A vintage five piece stoneware nesting mixing bowl set manufactured by Monmouth Marcrest produced between 1950-1960. This is one of our moms sets and it is in excellent vintage condition. Always hand washed and dried, there are no chips, cracks, crazing nor repairs. These sit on their bases and feature the beautiful Colorado Brown color that the Daisy and Dot pattern is famous for. There are natural glaze spots which have popped on some of the bowls – those are noted below and is normal for this type of stoneware. Each retains the high-gloss appeal and are great to use in the kitchen. These are solid and weighted bowls; the graduated sizes make them easy to store.

All are stamped on the back with the Marcrest mark stating Marcrest, Oven-Proof, Stoneware, USA. The two smaller bowls are marked U.S.A.

Measurements starting from small to large size:

5⅛” x 3”
6¼” x 3¼” – 2 glaze pops outside (see pic 4 near the top and middle - the top looks like a large pop)
7⅛” x 3¾”
8⅛” x 4⅛” – 1 pinprick glaze pop inside, 2 pinprick glaze pops outside
9” x 4½

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Thanks for looking.

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Monmouth Marcrest Five Piece Nesting Mixing Bowl Set


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: stoneware, vesties, bridal gift, orange, housewarming, green, for home, september, fall, google
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 175 reviews
  • Favorited by: 124 people