Fiestaware Nested Mixing Bowl Set-1930's

This auction is for a complete set of seven Vintage Fiestaware Nested Mixing Bowls in the following colors with #1 being the smallest bowl:
#1 RED
#2 YELLOW
#3 COBALT BLUE
#4 GREEN
#5 IVORY
#6 RED
#7 TURQUOISE
These bowls are unmarked except for the usual production flaws common in the early Fiestaware. T are no chips, cracks, crazing, scratches, or utensil marks. It is entirely possible that they have never been used. These sat in my Aunt's attic for 40 years and then spent another 30 in a cabinet under my Stepmom's bar until she tried to give them to me to reduce the "clutter". I am selling them for her. I have included pictures of the most serious of the production flaws. These are not chips. No pottery is exposed. The glaze has been fired over the flaws. The yellow and ivory bowls have a couple of very small bubbles in the glaze. The turquoise and green bowls have a slight fluctuation in the coloring that was also very common in these particular colors. The bowls are numbered 1-7 stamped in the mold on the bottoms. The number 1 & 7 bowls are the hardest to find and the turquoise is the most difficult color to find. Often, sets that are assembled from various sources can be uneven across the tops when nested together. This is a true set that fits level across the tops when nested. This is your
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