bowl

1940 - 1950

Shallow earthenware bowl on a small foot. The surface is glazed orange with light and darker shades of glaze splattered on the interior of the bowl.

1940 - 1950

Earthenware bowl on a small foot. The surface is glazed matte yellow.

1982

This is a round turned wood bowl with a short base made from Mexican cocobolo wood.

1940 - 1950

Earthenware bowl on a small foot. The surface is glazed deep blue with a dark brown rim.

1983

This is a turned bowl made from Hawaiian Macadamia wood. The bowl is egg-shaped with a lip that dips in a concave curve on each side. Two knots are visible with radiating wood grain.

1980

This is a turned wood bowl made from dark brown dessert ironwood with a tan colored free ragged edge.

1988

This is a turned wood bowl with a short base and bark on the lip that dips in a concave curve on each side. The bowl is made from Sumac that has honey and dark brown striped wood grain.

1986

This is a turned wood bowl made from South Carolina box elder. The bowl has tan and pink wood grain.

mid 20th century to late 20th century|n.d.

This is a turned wood bowl with a short circular base made from black acacia wood. The bowl has an oblong shape with a lip that dips in a concave curve on each side.

c. 1925-35

Electric Mixer. Description: Electric mixer, A: green enamel base with turn table for bowls, "Magic Maid"; B: motor unit with black electric cord; C: large green glass bowl; D: small green glass...

1906

Bowl, small. came through the San Francisco fire From the History Information Station: Object: Charred tea cup History: The fires that swept over San Francisco in the days following the 1906...

Coconut bowl, polished. Cava cup

"Yes, made of polished coconut. Probably not for kava. Could be Samoa, or many other places, including Hawaii, in which case it would be for poi, or...

Bowl. Description: Steatite bowl, boat shaped; approximately 9 1/2" long, and 3 1/4" wide.

"SEC" painted in white and red paint on bottom. Also bears #53-175 on tape (referring probably...

Bowl. Description: Steatite bowl, approximately circular, 3 1/2 to 4" diameter at top opening. Approx. 3 1/2" high.

"SEC" painted in white and red paint on bottom. Also bears #53-174 on...

globular shape carved steatite bowl with a thin groove carved around the rim. "small highly polished bowls to hold beads and prized possessions" (Handbook of North American Indians, vol. 8, Robert...

Toy dishes. Description: Toy saucers, cup, and sugar bowl. Group of white china doll's dishes.White ironstone cup, 2 saucers, and sugar bowl with lid.

From the History Information Station...

1850-1920

Set of deep yellow utilitarian pottery (bowls, milk dishes, molds), 11 pieces; blue transferware platter, cake plate, and covered sugar bowl.

D: small bowl, flat bottom, flared sides,...

Set of deep yellow utilitarian pottery (bowls, milk dishes, molds), 11 pieces; blue transferware platter, cake plate, and covered sugar bowl.

C: small bowl, flat bottom, flared sides,...

1850-1920

Set of deep yellow utilitarian pottery (bowls, milk dishes, molds), 11 pieces; blue transferware platter, cake plate, and covered sugar bowl.

B: small bowl, flat bottom, flared sides,...

Set of deep yellow utilitarian pottery (bowls, milk dishes, molds), 11 pieces; blue transferware platter, cake plate, and covered sugar bowl.

A: batter bowl, made of yellow ceramic, with a...

Dregs bowl and cake plate. Description: a. bowl white pottery with lip of pink luster glaze. Interior is plain. Outside is decorated with a 2 inch floral pattern. The bottom has a thin ring...

16th century

Bowl. Description: Talavera bowl; various colors of blue; man on a horse covers the bottom of the bowl.

From the History Information Station

Object: Ceramic bowl made in the 16th...

1900's

Bowl; brass; chased; wide low body w/ alternating foils and rectangles w/ arabesque and arabic inscription; straight short neck. Date: 1900's. Dimensions: ht 2 7/8", mouth diam. 3 3/8"...

USA
1969

This fine, gray-orange raku stoneware bowl was made in 1969, most likely in the USA by the artist Taylor.

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