Early McCoy stoneware green glaze bowl in an avocado green glaze in the larger #10 size. Bottom has a number 10 inside a shield inside a circle with a #4 above to the right. Called a nested mixing bowl, these bowls were produced from 1926-1941. The pattern on the bowl is that of both vertical and horizontal lines that intersect at right angles making it appear to be a checkered design.
There is a crack in the side of this bowl that goes about half of the way down the side. Normal crazing for this type of glazed bowl.
The bottom corners have a little bit of wear to the edges as would be expected a bowl of this age. Item’s price reflects these conditions. See photos for detail.
This round bowl has a great boho style to it, and would make a wonderful accent home or kitchen decor piece.
10" diameter across the top
Weighs over 2 1/4 pounds before packaging for shipment.
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