Here's a scarce, 19th Century, redware mixing bowl in very good condition. It dates back to the 1840s-50s and has slip decorations on the interior. It's a piece of utilitarian pottery that saw plenty of use back in its time. Surviving pieces of early redware typically have damage due to everyday usage as well as the passage of time. Such flaws help to authenticate this type of pottery from reproductions. This primitive bowl has some chipping, scratches, and abrasions but is sound and well preserved. Some of the slip is worn off in places. It was found in the cellar of a 19th Century farmhouse where it had been stashed away for generations. It has a 10 inch diameter with a base measuring 4 1/2 inches across; it is 5 inches high. Rare and desirable, this one of a kind redware bowl is reasonably priced at $65.
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