Antique Green and White Swirl Enamelware Mixing Bowl c. 1800-Early 1900
Description: Green and white swirl enamelware is one of the popular colors among collectors. This early, worn enamelware bowl boasts a colorful exterior with green and white swirl, white interior and a cobalt blue rim. It stands 4” tall with a nicely cupped shape and a generous size top opening. An outstanding color, mostly still vibrant with one larger 1 ¼” area of enamel loss on the bottom base and on the interior with nicks, scratches and enamel loss on rim. A timeless bowl with many decorative uses.
Note: Not intended for original food use. Decorative purposes only.
Circa: Late 1800 – Early 1900’s
Diameter: 9 3/4” (top diameter)
Product Weight: 1 pound 5 ounces
Colors: Green and White
Primary Material: Enamel over Metal
Markings: No visible markings
Condition: Previously owned - used. Condition is consistent with age and use. No holes or leaks. 1 ¼” enamel chip on bottom base with an 1 1/4" rustic enamel chip directly below on interior bottom although currently no leaks. Light wear with one ¾” circular stain under rim. Green and white exterior is still vibrant. Scratches, nicks and some staining and loss of shine on interior (as shown).
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