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02/20/2018 07:44 AM
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(4) PIECES 1920S BAKE WARE

Age. Circa 1920s
Composition. Stoneware
Size. Varies
Rating: 8 7
Comments. This lot contains four pieces of vintage bakeware from about the 1920s. It includes three pie plates that are either 8 ", 9 or 9 round. Also included is a 4 high x 8 round pot which has a metal wire loop handle. Three have nice blue interior glazes while one has a brown interior glaze. They are stamped either IDEAL, BOHEMIAN or JAPANEESSO while the all over blue glaze one is unmarked. All of these items are in good, sturdy shape with normal use wear, have some interior wear, have some soiling/stains and the all over blue glaze piece has a small edge chip as seen in our photo. Quite collectible and very useful in the kitchen they will make some handy pieces to have or to show.

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