You'll find so many uses for this large European harvest bowl - from house to garden. Our bright red work horse is the real deal and has the scars to prove it.
These hard-to-find bowls were made in Europe during the first half of the 1900s, useful to gather up garden vegetables for dinner, wash potatoes, serve punch or proof bread dough. This one has a glorious gold backstamp indicating it was born in Europe, most likely England or Hungary.
Today, you can still use it to gather from the garden or store kitchen towels, potted plants, books - really anything you want.
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- ONE vintage European enamelware harvest bowl (as shown)
Dated to the 1940s, this bright red beauty is in good vintage condition with overall wear consistent with age and use. Surface wear includes scratches, abrasions, rust, soil and residue. Marks and spots throughout. Backstamp of two lions holding a pot with AW inside and '34' below is indicative of origins in England. Double handles. Dated to 194s or before. Simply amazing.
- Materials: metal, porcelain-enamel coating
- Color: red, white, gold
- Dimensions: bowl is 14" W x 6" H; the handles add 3" to width