Colonial Dames Bowl
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Here is a Colonial Danes bowl made by the Crown Potteries Co. that operated from 1891-1955 in Evansville, IL. The Crown Potteries Co. made high quality porcelain and semi-porcelain dinnerware. The Crown’s back-stamp mark was, used on majolica, ironstone, semi-porcelain, and white granite. This bowl has two stamps. One stamp is under the final glaze, which is the words “Colonial Dames by Crown,” and with the numbers, 8 and 36, which stands for the year it was made, which is August of 1936. The gold number stamp on top of the final glaze is the pattern number 3507, which stands for “Petit Point” pattern. It has one very small chip on the rim and it is in very good condition showing no wear of ant kind.