Our three antique yellow ware mixing bowls in a gentle peachy-cinnamon color are yours for the asking. Nesting for convenient storage, there's a world of different uses for these beauties. They are looking for a forever home - will it be yours?
Born in 1939, these bowls are in pretty darn good shape, with only a few slight hairline cracks that add a bit a character. Made by the Robinson Ransburg Co. in Southeast Ohio, they were a staple in many household back in the day. What caught our eye is the sweet color ... you just don't see this gentle color very often.
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- THREE nesting stoneware mixing bowls by RRP 1939 (as shown)
GOOD condition! There is surface wear, discoloration and overall mild crazing. Bubbles and spots in the glaze (see image 3). Also, three hairlines noted - 2 in the larger bowl (images 9/10) and one in the small bowl (image 11); these mild hairline cracks do not show on the exterior of the bowls. Heavy stoneware; sturdy.
- Materials: stoneware, glaze
- Color: peachy-cinnamon color with beige rims