This is a vitreous ware china bowl that was made by the Trenle Blake China Company in Ravenswood, West Virginia, circa 1940s-60s. The bowl is approximately 4.75 inches in diameter and 2.5 inches high. It was probably made for serving soup and would hold approximately 12-14 ounces. It is white, with 3 dark green bands that circle the outside of the bowl. It weighs approximately 1.25 pounds. On the bottom of the bowl is the mark of the pottery where it was made, with the Raven logo in the center of the mark. Condition is good, the bow shows no chips, cracks or dings. There is light surface wear. You could enjoy adding this fine bowl to your collection and it would look wonderful on display! Please e-mail your address for a quote on the cost of shipping to outside the lower 48 states.
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