Antique yellow ware bowl. Smaller size bowl. Great to add to your yellow ware collection. It has some minor flaws, but not major chips or cracks. Flaws: a tiny piece of clay waste on exterior; 4 pindots on interior bottom; 3 of which are stilt marks; some glaze bubble pops on exterior. One of the glaze pops is near rim and is about the size of 1/2 of a green pea. The flaws mentioned are normal flaws on antique yellow ware. The bowl displays well and is 7 wide x 3.5 tall. See photos; the images are close ups so the flaws appear more significant than they are in reality. 11/13scsr
This decorative Brown Banded Yellow Ware Mixing Bowl measures 9.25 inches in diameter and is 4.5 inches in height. Clean, No chips, cracks or hairlines. Color is great. Superb Condition; Look at the pics .
Pillsbury Poppin Fresh Dough Boy Vinyl Doll On Stand
Pillsbury Poppin Fresh Dough Boy soft vinyl boy doll on stand. Measures apx 7 inches tall. Bright blue eyes. Dated 1971 on the back of his hat. Head turns. This one comes with a white plastic stand. Excellent condition. Marked on the back: 1971 The Pillsbury Company Minneapolis Minn.
10.5 Inch Chocolate Brown Glaze Stoneware Bowl with a wonderful drippy, primitive glaze job. The 1 1/5 rim is unglazed at the top and bottom. The base sets on a nice ridge that does have one small surface chip to the glaze. Otherwise, no chips or cracks. Measures 5 1/2 high. A beautiful stoneware bowl for your shelf or country cupboard. A similar McCoy bowl that dates from 1926 is shown in The Collectors Encyclopedia of McCoy Pottery.
Made by Homer Laughlin Co. ca 1930s, this is an Oven Serve kitchen container, possibly used as a grease jar. It is 4.5 tall and 5.5 wide at the top. There is a ridged molded edging along with molded flowers that are painted underglaze in green. In amazingly good condition and with the lid! Most of these are found without the lid. No chips or cracks, but a few spots of stain as shown.
Antique Rockingham Mixing Bowl Brown Stoneware 1800s
Vintage 1800s brown Rockingham mixing bowl. The bowl measures 8 3/4 in diameter and 4 high, and features the well known brown mottled yellowware look. It does have wear on the inside and a small crack, but it looks great in a country setting. Enjoy!
Hazel Atlas Pink Rest Well Mixing Bowl Set Of 5 Bowls
This is a really nice Pink Rest Well Five Bowl Mixing Bowl set made by Hazel Atlas. The bowls measure 9 1/4, 8 1/4, 7 1/4, 6 1/4 and 5 1/4 inches in diameter. All five bowls are in very good condition with no chips or cracks. There are just a few very minor scratches in the bottom of the bowls. Be sure to search our other kitchen items available.
Vintage stoneware beanpot. Incised #3 on front. No chips or cracks. Aged dry bottom w/tan clay. Could be any of the American pottery companies since most of the made beanpots. Companies like Monmouth, Ransbottom, Watt, McCoy, etc. This bean pot is 6.25 tall x 6.5 wide across top rim. Nice looking pot! 7/13scsr
Mckee Glasbake One Spout 2 Cup Measuring Cup - Red On White
McKee Glasbake 2 cup measure cup with one spout. White milk glass with fired-on red letters and numbers on both sides. Shows both cups and ounces. Measures 3 1/2 inches tall, 4 3/4 inches across (6 1/2 inches including spout and handle). Holds 2 cups (16 ounces) to the 2 cup measure mark. No chips or cracks. No damage to fired-on red markings. Marked on the bottom with the Glasbake embossed logo. Made in USA.
Green spongeware pitcher. This pitcher has yellow flat clay bottom. It is not brand new, but is not 'antique'. It is marked on bottom with a mark then 89/39.99 J358197. I do not think the 89 is a year mark; it is likely a mold number. The 39.99 is a price mark. This is a very nice looking pitcher; no chips or cracks. Stands 8 inches tall. Likely made in the Zanesville, Ohio region. 5/13scsr
Vintage spongeware jar. This item was purchased without a lid; I think it may have had a large cork stopper or no lid. I painted this wood lid I had and put it with it; you can repaint this lid another color, or use the jar without the lid as a kitchen utensil holder. The sponge jar is an older item; the bottom is quite worn and aged. It jar is 6.5 tall x 5 wide at bottom. Nice looking and useful! The interior bottom of jar has a half circle line where the glaze did not cover, (rough spot). The lid could be painted a darker blue or white if you like the lid. 2/13scsr
A large mixing bowl in custard glass. No chips, nicks, cracks, etc. Usable condition. Measures 9 in. diameter and is 4.5 in. tall. Unmarked, so maker is unknown. Designed to be used with a stand mixer I believe.
Very nice vintage West Bend collectible bean pot. c:1950's-60's. No chips or cracks; doesn't show any wear on it. Marked: West Bend USA on bottom. It is about 7.5 tall with lid on x 6.5 wide at top rim or 7 inches wide across bottom. Great to use or just display! 1/13scs
Large vintage yellow ware kitchen bowl. No chips or cracks; some gouges, glaze skips and fissures in the clay. The incised pattern on it is the same as the RRP bowls with the burgandy/blue stripe, however, this one is not marked RRP and has no stripes and is quite old. It could be an earlier version; age est: 1920's or earlier. RRP usually marked their items, but really early pieces are sometimes not marked.. It is 12.25 wide x a bit over 6.5 tall. Great old bowl for your yellow ware collection! 10/12
Antique stoneware beanpot. Marked with cobalt blue #4, (4 Quart I presume). It is a large one; nice inside. No chips or cracks; has one firing line near front bottom. This is a clay separation line which happens when clay is fired in a kiln; the clay separates. It looks like a crack, but it's not, see closeup pic #4. This old pot is 8 inches tall x 9.5 wide from handle end to other handle end. No maker's mark; could be McCoy, Monmouth, etc. All the American pottery companies made similar items. 9/12scsr
Marked: no Size: 3-3/8 inches height, 6-1/4 inches across rim, 2-3/4 inches across base Condition: used, vintage, crazing and normal manufacturing defects, no chips Comments: nice wide swirl ribbed design, with bands at top and rings inside near rim.
Universal China bowl in the Cattails pattern marked made for Sears and Roebuck Co. many years ago. This is a great heavy bowl in lovely condition with some light crazing and a faint crack on the bottom. It is 4 inches high and 9 inches wide.It has the lovely cattails pattern and the pretty red rim. A great find sold just as found.
Three neat blue sponged stoneware items. First is the milk pint by Santa Ana, California. It is 6.25 tall; blue sponge upper rim. Next is an Alpine Pottery, Roseville, Ohio 1999 jug. It is 5.75 tall. Not sure if that company is still around or not. Last is a heavy duty spongeware jug; likely Friendship Pottery. It is 6 inches tall. You also get the wood display rack. Just neat items for your kitchen display! 7/12vcs
A salt glazed pitcher with an embossed windmill and a kissing couple in early Dutch (Netherlands) native costume. The Dutch pitcher is unmarked, made of earthenware with a heavy slip glaze. then fired using the salt glaze method. Natural irregularities in the glaze and a popped bubble on the rim. These are common flaws in this type of earthenware and not considered a detriment to the collector. 7x7
A heavy stoneware foot warmer made by Doulton Co. before they became Royal Doulton. Sold by T. Eaton of Toronto and Winnipeg, Canada. In good decorative condition, with a chip at the lip of the fill spout. Large and heavy, possibly used in a carriage? 12x9 Probably a footwarmer rather than a bed warmer because of the size and upright position needed.
Yellow Ware batter or mixing bowls pair. They are in the smaller size with the graduated line pattern. They are not marked and are in wonderful condition. They are 3 inches high and 5 inches wide. A great pair.
A white Glass mixing bowl with a pour spout, marked on bottom: Glasbake - 9- Made In U.S.A. - FOR Sunbeam. Size: 4-7/8 inches height, 6-1/2 inches across top rim, 3-3/8- inches across the base Condition: used, good, no chips, a rough top mold mark, normal milk glass manufacturing marks
A white Glass mixing bowl with a pour spout, marked on bottom: Glasbake - 7- Made In U.S.A. - FOR Sunbeam. Size: 4-3/4 inches height, 6-1/2 inches across top rim, 3-1/4 inches across the base Condition: used, good, no chips, a rough top mold mark, inside bottom has utensil marks/scratches from constant stirring; has normal milk glass manufacturing marks in glass normal manufacturing flaws common to milk glass Comments: bottom mark looks like it was double stamped; interesting!
A white Glass mixing bowl with a pour spout, marked on bottom: Glasbake - 20 CJ -FOR Sunbeam. Size: 4-3/4 inches height, 6-1/2 inches across top rim, 3-1/4 inches across the base Condition: used, good, no chips, normal manufacturing flaws common to milk glass
Glasbake For Sunbeam - Mixing, Batter Bowl, Spout #2
A white Glass mixing bowl with a pour spout, marked on bottom: Glasbake - Made For Sunbeam. Size: 4-1/2- inches height, 6-3/8- inches across top rim, 2-1/2- inches across the base Condition: used, inside rim has a use frit, probably from a utensil bump, bottom has utensil marks scratches from constant stirring; has normal milk glass manufacturing marks in glass Comments: has a thicker top rim.
A white Glass mixing bowl with a pour spout, marked on bottom: Glasbake - Made For Sunbeam. Size: 4-1/2- inches height, 6-3/8- inches across top rim, 2-1/2- inches across the base Condition: very gently used, no chips, cracks, or signs of wear; normal milk glass manufacturing marks Comments: has a nice top rim, a little thicker than most I've had.
Awesome American made green spongeware kitchen crocks. 3 sizes; maple wood lids. Very nice, no chips or cracks. Made in Roseville, Ohio by Gerald E. Henn Co. which is no longer in business either. These say freezer, microwave, oven safe. Tallest is 7.25 tall x 7 wide; midsize is 6 tall x 6.5 wide; smaller one is 5.25 tall x 5 wide. Shipping would likely be in 2 boxes due to the weight and size. You can still find this some of pottery, but I have not come across the green sponge crocks with lids. 1/12smc
Very attractive vintage spongeware pitcher. Heavy duty; nice size. Interior is white; bottom has dry yellow clay. My guess is UHL Pottery due to the white glaze interior, but it could be another company. No chips or cracks; stands almost 8 inches tall. Saw this one at an antique mall and it was priced at $165 and that one was chipped! 1/12smc
White glass mixing bowl with decorative rings and a pour spout; marked on bottom: Hamilton Beach / Racine Wisconsin / 20 / Made In U.S.A.; Stands 4-1/2 inches height, 6-1/4 inches across, with a base 3-1/8 inches. Condition: used, some light utensil marks inside, two dark specks inside glass on base ring, plus the normal manufacturing marks in glass. - Circa 1951
Antique yellow ware ribbed shoulder bowl. Incised no. 10 on bottom. It is 10.25 wide x 5.25 tall. No chips or cracks. Lots of tiny goosebumps in the glaze, a tiny glaze pop on interior of bowl; and some discoloration as expected, but overall this bowl is in nice antique condition. I'd estimate its age as early 1900's. It's a really neat looking bowl. 1/12dixcs
Bake Oven U.s.a. - Mixing Bowl - Floral, Blue Band
Marked: Bake Oven Size: 7-1/2 inches across, 3-7/8 inches height, 3-1/4 inches across base Condition: Used, very good for age, minor manufacturing imperfections on base Comments: Circa 1940's, floral hand-painted on front; banded pastel blue above
Vintage stoneware bowl or chamber pot with blue sponge design. It has some crazing on interior. Bottom is dry flat clay, no maker's mark. It also has a raised design which is hard to see in the pictures. No chips or cracks. It is well made. It stands 5.75 tall x 9.25 wide. Age est: 1920's-40's. 11/11jenestcs
Awesome antique brown spongeware pitcher. c:1880's to 1900's. It has a raised leaf pattern with gold on top rim which appears to be under the glaze. The only company I know that made them with gold was Morton or Roseville Carnelian Pottery, but could be another company like early Red Wing or Bennington. It has crazing and a few glaze pops and separation lines, (that happens during firing, especially on old pottery like this). It stands 7.5 tall x 4.5 wide x 19 inches around body. Bottom rim has some tiny old smooth chippies, nothing major; it stands fine and they are only noticeable if you turn it upside down and inspect closely. This might be a hand formed piece; it looks like there are ridges on the interior. It is a very unique antique piece of sponged pottery. 11/11smc
Pyrex - General Mills Inc. - Minneapolis - Batter / Mixing / Bowl
White glass mixing batter bowl with decorative rings and a pour spout. It is marked on bottom: Pyrex - General Mills Inc. - Minneapolis, Minn.- 36 - Made In U.S.A. Size: Stands 4-3/4 inches height, 6-3/4 inches across at spout, with a base 3-1/4 inches. Condition: used, vintage, a very small chip on base ring; has the normal milk glass manufacturing imperfections in the glass.
Hamilton Beach Custard Mixer/Mixing Bowl. This has the trademark on the bottom that says Hamilton Beach Racine, Wisconsin. Measures 4 1/2 inches tall and is 7 inches from side to tip of spout. There are some scratches on the inside of the bowl, but not bad. Looks like it was only used a couple of times! I see no chips or cracks.
Marked: No Size: 4-3/8 inches height, 6-1/4 inches across top rim, 2-1/2 inch base Condition: used, no chips, normal milk glass manufacturing flaws Comments: has a pour spout, thick side glass, glass is darker than most milk glass, more ivory, not snow white, not custard.
Antique yellow ware shoulder bowl with blue bands. It is 8.25 wide x 4.5 tall. It has two sets of 3 blue bands and an incised pattern on it. There is some disoloration, some pits, glaze pops, a tiny line break on upper rim; small chip on bottom dry rim that doesn't show. All those age flaws are common on antique yellow ware because it gets very brittle with age, but it is a very attractive bowl and displays quite well despite the minor flaws. 9/11scsr
The medium, 7.5 in. diameter mixing bowl in the Autumn Leaf pattern. Produced by the Hall Pottery Co. and distributed through the Jewel Tea Co. A traveling grocery chain. I believe in the 1950's. This bowl stands 4 in. tall and was the medium one in the set of 3. No chips or cracks but does show normal wear on the inside. Please view images carefully.
The larger, 8.5 in. diameter mixing bowl in the Autumn Leaf pattern. Produced by the Hall Pottery Co. and distributed through the Jewel Tea Co. A traveling grocery chain. I believe in the 1950's. This bowl stands 4.75 in. tall and was the largest one in the set of 3. No chips or cracks but does show wear on the outside. Please view images carefully.
A very large mixing bowl that measures 12 in. diameter and is 6 in. tall. Bottom marked USA Oven Ware 12. I think this would be 12 quart. I believe produced by the McCoy Pottery Co. In good, usable condition with minor nicks on the edge and a few blemishes inside. Please view images carefully. this bowl should ship via USPS Parcel Post to avoid oversize charges.
Amana Radaranges 1979 Touchmatic Candymaker never used, in original box wit complete never used book just loaded with recipes. In very good condition. A cook did however write in blue in label temperature probe that white was apparently tep and she w85te oven probe brown. SHI $10..will reimburse if shipping overcharged by $3. Kitchen candy maker
A 5 pc. mixing bowl set bottom marked Padre, A California pottery co. producing quality pottery ware in the 1950's and early 1960's. This set consists of A turquoise bowl that is 9in. diam. and 4.25 in. tall, Blue is 7.5 in. diam. and 4 in. tall, Gold or Yellow is 7 in. diam. and 3.5 in. tall, Orange is 5.75 in. diam. and 2.75 in. tall and the small green one is 5 in. diam. and 2.5 in. tall. All are in very good condition with the exception of the smalles one that has a small nick on the rim. Please view image carefully. I find no other issues. Lovely molded ring pattern. Nice set to display and use. Must ship USPS Parcel Post due to weight and size.
Marked on bottom: Large H over small A Size: 4-3/4 inches across rim, 2-1/2 inches height, 2-inch base Condition: used, vintage, slight fading to vines connecting the ivy, tiny fleabite on base Comments: circa 1940's - originally came as a nesting bowl set - I believe this would be the smallest of the five sizes.
G.e. / General Electric - Medium, Ringed Mixing Bowl
Marked: G.E. in cursive in circle on bottom Size: 7-1/4 inches across rim, 4-1/2 inches height, 3-inches across base Condition: vintage, used, no chips, has use scuffs, and the bottom has black marks where the mixer blades came into contact, I'd guess, as this size was probably used the most. Comments: Milk glass bowl with ringed sides, and a raised glass ring for the base / probably once was part of a nesting bowl set, and most likely came with a G.E. mixer in a packaged group.
Hall's Rose Parade bowl, 7 1/2 in. dia., with pastel roses decorating the inside of the bowl with a solid blue outter color. The bowl is bottom stamped in gold, Hall's Superior Quality Kitchenware, Made in U.S.A. There is an old rim chip, price reflective of condition.
This is a large ball shape pitcher with an ice lip. It will probably hold 2 quarts or more. It is 8 tall x 9 across and 7 wide. A periwinkle blue glossy glaze completes the pitcher or jug. In excellent condition. From the 40's or 50s'
This is a great old pottery mixing bowl in a ring pattern. Along with the stilt marks on the bottom are the faint impressed marks: Calif, 12 and Rainbow. I don't seem to find a connection with any maker. Its a nice useful bowl that has seen a long life with some scratches and staining inside. 4.5 high and 9 across. In very good condition.
Antique spatterware bowl. Very confident this is early Red Wing, but it is not marked. I came across a pitcher and different shaped bowl with same coloring in one of the old RW books. This bowl has a nice ribbed design which is hard to detect due to the spatter design. The bottom has some spider lines, (I do not feel anything with my fingernail so they are not hairlines, just deep crazing). Interior has some visible age/wear/discoloration, but no chips. It is 8.25 wide x 5 tall. Age est: 1800's-early 1900's. 5/11s#
A unique pottery casserole with chrome carrier and lid, bakelite finial and handles. Made by Paden City Pottery in 1931 in the Bake Serve line. In very good condition, with a couple of rubs around the rim but no chips or cracks. Pretty floral spring bouquet pattern. 10 wide with handles, 1.5 qt casserole.
Batter Bowl or mixing bowl in a great, warm brown color marked Mar-Crest Stoneware in good condition with a pretty, molded pattern band around the outside. It has a lip around the top and may have had a cover. It looks so nice but does have a couple of small chips on the bottom. It is 3 1/2 inches high anmd 8 1/4 inches wide. View all pictures. Sold as found.
Attractive vintage casserole dish. Enlarge the picture to see the pattern. Incised USA mark on bottom. Might be Watt, RRP, Brush McCoy, or Zanesville, have not had time to look. No chips or cracks but it does have a 1/2 pea size glaze pop on the lid, and some glaze rubs. It is 6.5 tall with lid on x 9.5 wide. Without lid on it is 4 inches tall. It also has a wire stand with it which can hold a candle under it. Age est: 1930's. 3/11scs
Vintage USA blue casserole or bean pot. Beautiful cornflower blue color. Very nice usable condition. Incised USA mark on bottom. Age est:1930's-40's. I also have a cookie jar like this but it has cold painted flowers on it. No chips or cracks; stands 7 tall w/lid on. My guess would be Watt or Morton Pottery. 1/11brcs
Very Large Heavy Pottery Mixing Bowl In All White Color
Very large heavy pottery mixing bowl in all white color. It measures approximately 12 inches in diameter by 8 inches in diameter. It is in very good condition with no cracks, chips or heavy gouges. There is no evidence of highly visible scratches either. 11pdp251
Vintage cornflower blue casserole dishes. All for one price. All match in color and have ringed design. Could be Morton, Bauer, Watt, RRP. All are in good usable condition. Largest one has a glaze pop on underside of top ring; not anything that is noticeable unless turning bowl upside down. The larger casserole is 3.75 tall x 8.75 wide not counting lid. The individual bowls are 2.5 tall x 5.75 wide not counting handle or lids. Age est: 1930's-40's. Great looking vintage casseroles! 1/11scs
A heavy pottery casserole with tab handles and lid and including a brass and wood candle warmer stand. There is a deep impressed Pfaltzgraf mark. The casserole is in the Brown Drip pattern so popular in the mid 20th century and the stand has the mid century modern look with wood legs and brass ball feet. The casserole itself is 8 in diameter, 9.5 with the handles. In excellent condition.
Old A&j Beater Green Handle W Glass Pitcher Original Antique
All original Old A&J Beater with Green Wood Handle and Clear Glass Pouring Pitcher that it was originally manufactured with. Mint condition. The beater works smoothly, no chips or cracks in the glass pitcher. Nice find.
Marked: no Size: 3-7/8 inches height, 6-1/4 inches across top rim, 4-3/4 inches across base Condition:used, no chips - normal milk glass manufacturing flaws, minor utensil marks Comments: thick glass, one bottom ring as decoration, bottom has textured glass, sides are smooth
A lovely, vintage spongeware bowl with a blue-gray design on a light tan background glaze. Measures 8.75 in. diameter and is 4 in. tall. Use for either serving or mixing.No cracks. There are 3 small areas in the base of the inside of this bowl that have lost the glaze. Perhaps to the use of beaters. Normal for the age of this bowl. Unmarked, so maker is unknown. I believe from the '30's-'50's era. Wonderful to use and/or display.
Nice vintage bowl with USA mark on bottom. Thick, heavy duty; raised grapes and apple motif. It is aqua, not green. My guess on its maker is Watt Pottery but could be another American pottery company c:1930's. It has no cracks, one itty-bitty rough spot or fleabite on rim edge and is 9.25 wide x 3.75 tall. 11/10scs
Ge General Electric White 7 In Small Mixer Mixing Bowl
Vintage kitchen cookware, heavy milk glass with raised circular rings. Measures 4 1/2 inches high X 7 1/4 inches diameter. No chips, cracks, or stains. Minuscule utensils marks inside. Looks hardly used. Great replacement, nice usable bowl.
This pretty jadeite bowl is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks and only minor marks from wear. It is a medium size about 8 to 10 cups and stands 3 1/2 inches high with a radius of 7 1/2 inches. I don't see any markings.
This really pretty pink 9 inch diameter X 4 1/4 inches high Ribbed Mixing Bowl was made by U. S. Glass. This Bowl is signed USG in the bottom and is in really good condition with no cracks, one 1/8 inch chip on top inner rim, a couple air bubbles done in the making, see picture, and very minor roughness around the top inside rim. This bowl is really good for its' age. Be sure to search our other kitchen glass available.
This really nice Green Paneled 6 inch Mixing Bowl was made by Hocking Glass. The Bowl is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. It appears to be unused. Be sure to search our other kitchen glass available.
Federal Pink Vertical Ribbed 7 5/8 Inch Mixing Bowl
This really pretty pink Vertical Ribbed Mixing Bowl was made by Federal Glass. This Bowl measures 7 5/8 inches in diameter X 3 inches high. It is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. The inside is very shiny and nice. Be sure to search our other kitchen glass and mixing bowls available.
Nice vintage brown banded yellow ware bowl. Likely Weller Pottery. It has a mark on bottom but I cannot make it out. No chips or cracks. It is 3.5 x 7.25 wide; all over faint crazing present. 6/10dixcs
Nice size Texasware brown speckled bowl. It is almost 10 wide x 4.5 tall; good overall vintage usable condition; minimal age/wear. Marked: Texasware, Plastics Manufacturing Co., Dallas, Texas USA on bottom. Great for salads, etc., just like Rachel Ray uses! 5/10cntry#
Four brown FP spongeware items. First is the nice pitcher with hearts with FP Pottery mark; it is 6 tall, no chips or cracks. Next is the crock, (great for kitchen utensils), no chips or cracks and is 5.5 tall x 5 wide with FP mark on bottom. Last is the cute jug with hearts, same pattern as the pitcher but is not marked. It is 6 inches tall. And, you get the FP sugar jar for free due to a chip on rim edge. FP is no longer in business. variestcs5/10
Large spongeware pitcher. The Workshop of Gerald R. Henn, Roseville, Ohio. Looks identical to a Friendship Pottery item, (same glaze, weight, location), maybe this company took over FP when it went out of biz. No chips or cracks and is 7.75 tall x 5 wide at bottom. It also has artist initials: JR on bottom. I believe this pottery company is closing or has closed now. 1/10cs-r
Marshall Texas spongeware angel pitcher. Signed: Margaret 1995; has original paper tag on handle: Made in Texas. Like new condition and since is is a contemporary item, it would be lead free and usable. Cute to add to your spongeware, pitcher or anjel collection! This size is usually used for buttermilk. It is 6 inches tall and very attractive. Anything signed and dated is very collectible; and there are hardly any American pottery companies left so do your duty! 1/10esacs-r
A vintage mixing bowl that will be useful and add charm to your country kitchen. Stands 5.25 in. tall and is 9.5 in. diameter. There is a glaze miss and a tiny nick on the rim. Also wear from beaters being used. I find no cracks. Unmarked so maker is unknown. Green glaze is over a checked pattern.
Marshall Pottery spongeware pitcher with heart design. Backstamp: Marshal Pottery, Marshall Texas, Master Potter: Tommy H..., can't read it. Very attractive piece of hand thrown pottery. 7.75 tall. It doesn't appear very old; this pottery company is still in business, but a piece by a master pottery that is signed is very collectible. esa#11/09
Jeannette Glasbake Green Floral Casserole - 1 1/2 Quart
Nice Glasbake casserole pan in the Green Floral pattern, made by the Jeannette Glass Company. No lid, but the lids are interchangable so if you have one, you can use it on this dish. Measures 8 3/8 inches across (9 5/8 inches including handles); 2 3/4 inches tall. Holds 1 1/2 quarts. Nice and shiny and looks unused. No chips or cracks. No damage to green design. Marked on the bottom with the Glasbake embossed backstamp. Made in USA.
This is the reamer/juicer attachment for the Sunbeam Mix Master mixer. Jadite in color. Marked on the bottom DESPAT 87228. Measures 7 inches across, 5 inches tall to the end of the spout. No reamer or spout included. No chips or cracks.
This fabulous pyrex mixing bowl is in excellent condition. It is the large size with handles and measures 4 1/4 inches tall with a diameter of 10 1/4 inches. There are a few scratches but by and large, the bowl is in excellent condition. It is marked, PYREX, on the bottom, 4 QT, Made in the USA.
Set Of 5 Straight-side Morning Glory Bowls By Hall
This beautiful set of 5 nested mixing bowls by the Hall China Co., are in the Morning Glory Pattern. They measure in sizes- 9in.x 5in., 7 1/2in.x 4 1/4 in., 6 1/4in.x 3 1/2in., 5in.x 3in., 4 1/4in.x 2 1/2in.
This great bowl is about 2 1/2 quart mixing bowl from Fire King. It is the tulip shape and measures 4 3/4 inches high and 8 inches at the top. It is a nice cherry red and is marked, Oven Ware, FIRE KING.
This adorable mixing bowl is the Hall China Pattern Gold Dot. It measures 4 1/2 inches high by 8 3/4 inches wide. There is some wear to the gold bowl rim and a few of the dots on the body but there are no chips, cracks or crazing. The bowl is marked on the bottom, HALL'S SUPERIOR QUALITY KITCHENWARE, MADE IN U.S.A. 1378.
Jeannette / Hocking Depression Green Bowl Lid Only
This is a depression green LID for the 7 inch bowl. This could be either a Jeannette or Hocking bowl, as both are listed in Gene Florences book, Kitchen Glassware of the Depression Years, copyright date 1995, pages 49 and 63. On page 49 it is listed at Jeannette glass; page 63 it is under Hocking Glass. It is not marked so it could be either one! Lid measures 6 3/4 inches across (edge to edge). It is not quite 6 inches across inside the collar. There are a few chips underneath along one side of the collar, but lids are so hard to find we listed this one anyway.
A nice sized smaller bowl or custard cup in the Autumn leaf design from Hall, consisting of orange and yellow flowers with gold and brown leaves. The cup has a ribbed design in four separate sections. The cup is bottom signed, Hall, Tested and Approved, Jewel Homemakers Institute, and measures 2 in. high with an opening of 3 ½ in. dia. The second photo is to show the difference in size between the bowl and custard cup.