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Pair of Early 20th Century Pottery Mixing Bowls

Pair of Early 20th Century Pottery Mixing Bowls

SKU: RJ00189
£60.00Price

Mixing bowls were a staple in all households as everything was made from scratch. They vary in size and materials including tin, copper, ceramics and more.

These mixing bowls are called cane bowls - after the colour of the exterior - they are also commonly referred to as 'Yellow Ware'. This design was produced from the turn of the century, 1901, until 2004 by the same manufacturer.

The bowls are in good condition.

Dimensions:

The smaller bowl measures 19cm diameter by 9cm high.
The bigger bowl measures 26cm diameter by 11cm high.

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SKU:

RJ00189

Period:

1860

Mixing bowls were a staple in all households as everything was made from scratch. They vary in size and materials including tin, copper, ceramics and more.

These mixing bowls are called cane bowls - after the colour of the exterior - they are also commonly referred to as 'Yellow Ware'. This design was produced from the turn of the century, 1901, until 2004 by the same manufacturer.

The bowls are in good condition.

Dimensions:

The smaller bowl measures 19cm diameter by 9cm high.
The bigger bowl measures 26cm diameter by 11cm high.

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