Our vintage ironstone collection is hand picked one by one from estate sales, flea markets and second hand shops. Beautifully aged with cracks and chips, all have the marks of time and use.
This particular Alfred Meakin square bowl was made in England in the late 1800s and is in remarkable shape for its age. A pretty little thing, the scalloped edges give a playful feel. Add to your mix and match rotation for your next dinner party.
Heavy and substantial, the inherent markings and discolorations are the backbone of old stoneware.
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- ONE antique stoneware bowl with scalloped edges (as shown)
In very good condition based on age. There are markings and discoloration throughout, with chips and minor cracks, especially on the edges. a few faint hairline cracks exist but to not impair function. The exterior has faint yellowing around the scalloped edges.
- Material: earthenware stoneware
- Color: white, beige/yellowing
- Dimensions: 7.5" L x 7.5" W x 2.5" H