Antique 1800s Yellowware Stoneware Mocha Brown Slip Glaze Mixing Bowl aafa

DESCRIPTION: Colonists settling in the United States brought European pottery techniques with them. Colonial ceramic production was limited to red ware and stoneware because of limited material, with occasional attempts to produce cream ware and porcelain. In the United States, production centered around New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New England and Ohio. The earliest documented American yellow ware was in 1797, with large-scale production starting in 1828 in New Jersey. East Liverpool, Ohio, was the manufacturing base of much of the yellow ware used in the United States during the mid- to late-19th century. It has been estimated that "between 1865 and 1885, Ohio alone produced half of the America's yellow ware". We are pleased to offer this Large Antique American Yellow Ware Stoneware Mixing from New England circa 1800s for your consideration. The Antique Yellow Ware Mixing Bowl is beautiful in design element and form and was the working horse of the early kitchen. The Antique Yellow Ware Stoneware Mixing Bowl has concentric circles with a mocha brown slip glaze. There is a thick wide rim. The back of the mixing bowl is bee hived shaped and the bottom forms a resting pedestal base. View the three early stint marks from the early process of pottery. The Antique Yellow Ware Mocha Brown Slip Glazed Mixing Bowl is in excellent

MEASUREMENTS: 13 1/2 Inches Wide, 5 1/2 Inches High, and 42 Inches Round in Circumference.

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