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The Army Bowl

Post  HeatherT on Mon 22 Nov - 20:46

At last I have my own!!





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Re: The Army Bowl

Post  Cat-a-lat on Sat 17 Feb - 11:23

What do these look like on the bottom?
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Post  Ev on Sat 17 Feb - 12:20

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Post  Cat-a-lat on Sat 17 Feb - 13:18

Thanks Ev Smile
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Post  Maryr on Sat 17 Feb - 14:25

Mine looks like this.
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Post  Jeremy Ashford on Sat 17 Feb - 14:43

and a verbal description:

shallow-domed glazed base with wide footring.

often evidence of chipping and/or grinding where glaze has run on to kiln shelf and stuck. such chipping need not be considered damage.

only rarely will there be a backstamp.

I have seen these bowls now in clear glaze, brown, blue, and multi-coloured. Any others?
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Post  Cat-a-lat on Sat 17 Feb - 19:25

Thanks Jeremy! Are those stilt marks on the bottom ? And it's quite heavy?
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Post  Ev on Sat 17 Feb - 19:28

Yes these are heavy as they are some of the first crockery that Ambrico made, to American Army specs I might add.
Can you load a photo Cat?
It would be easy for us to tell if it is or if it isn't.
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