Just a phenomenal little yellowware bowl in the rare "Windowpane Vairant" pattern. Produced by the McCoy Pottery Company in the 1920's, this pattern was only produced for a year as they had issues with the molds. The molds would fill with clay as they were used over and over for numerous production runs. When the molds filled with clay, the pattern on these became muddy and indiscernible. For some reason the glaze on this particular pattern didn't take very well either. We are unsure if they tried to clean the molds in order to reduce the clay buildup and thus the cleaner then caused the clay to not take to the glaze or it is due to issues in the glaze during this time period. Regardless, it is tough to find any of these bowls in this pattern and much less one with such a nice crisp pattern and excellent glaze. Measuring 5.25." in diameter and 3.25" in high, this is the smallest one produced as the sizes ranged from 5" to 11" in diameter. It is in pristine condition and would be perfect for any collection of small bowls, as a companion bowl to a green glazed example, or simply a yellow ware collection. Please check out our other listings to find a green glazed example or for other yellow ware bowls.Dimensions:
Pristine Condition. No chips, cracks, or repairs.Web ID:
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