Circa 1936-1946 ('44 for war-time red): This substantially large piece was only in production for ten years from 1936-1946 (and even less time for the red, which was withdrawn during World War II, around 1944). This is the grandaddy of the Fiesta Bowls. They hold a mass of fruit. This piece is very hard to find and extremely rare in excellent condition. Turquoise and green glazes are commonly runny or splotchy on this piece. Look for a good example to collect. The foot may vary, being hand applied and thicker.
Most will be fully glazed on the bottom with the three tripod stilt marks used in the glazing kiln.11 1/2" wide from edge to edge X 5 1/2" tall
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