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This is a heavy crock stoneware yellowware ovenware mixing bowl which may have a very early date. I have seen this labeled Stangl which produced 'Cook-Rite', but also under the 'Neu Deel Cookin Ware' label. It is more likely the later. This design was produced by Warren I. Tycer who owned the W.I. Tycer Pottery company in Roseville, Ohio. I can't find any connection between him and Stangl so I suspect the name Cook-rite was borrowed by Stangl at a later date. The W.I. Tycer Pottery Company was one of severial famouns factories from Roseville, Ohio. The W.I. Tycer Pottery operated in Roseville from 1921-1958. In 1959 the pottery was sold to the Melick Pottery Company. The patent was registered in Ohio on January 2, 1934 and lasted 14 years. The Ross C. Prudy Museum of Ceramics has a similar piece dating to 1934.

The few examples I have found on line are kept in private collections or as family heirlooms and are extremely rare. The bowl measuring 8.5 inches in diameter and 5 inches deep. It has been glazed with a golden yellow lip and a slightly browner base. The interior is also golden yellow. It features a stylized raised vegetable design and has two small handles on the side. (Last photo is of a very similar design from the original patent by Tycer.) Some crazing, but other wise no chip, cracks or breaks. One glaze imperfection associated with the production process on the lip where it appears they wiped part of the glaze off for firing. Bottom states 'Cook-Rite Cookinware Economy Health Pat. 91285 Reg. US. Pat Off'. This is a wonderful example of mid century Ohio pottery!

Incredible Vintage Antique W.I. Tycer Pottery Neu Deel Cookin Ware Cook-Rite Mixing Bowl


  • Materials: pottery, stoneware, crock, ovenware, bowl, cookware, glaze
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