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Round red and tan glaze redware bowl; very deep with short base; ridges around entirety. Marked with 'Old Sturbridge Village'; '514.1 1/2'.

W76.1
Bowl (vessel)
circa 1970

Round reddish-brown glaze shallow bowl with wavy line design consisting of five alternating black and yellow lines. Bottom is inscribed with "Old Sturbridge Village, 57.11.192." 

W 116.1
Bowl (vessel)
20th century

Reddish brown bowl; short rim around edge. Marked with 'Old Sturbridge Village'; '51.4.18'


Set is in rococo revival style. Smooth-surfaced bowl has wavy edges and a gold-wash interior. Pedestal base with cast foliate foot trim with four scrolled feet. Bowl engraved with an anchor and hor...

61.1.3
Bowl (vessel)
1780 – 1815

Two sides of square-shaped bowl have small floral sprays in deep blue; other two sides have initials "W.P." in deep blue and gold; deep blue banding.

61.1.4
Bowl (vessel)
1775 – 1800

Reserve panels on front and back with polychrome scene of "The Judgement Of Paris". Interior has two gold fish.

01.127
Bowl (vessel)
1775 – 1800

Porcelain bowl with exterior decoration of a building with the flag of England on top and the opposite side depicts a ship between polychrome flowers; decorative band around the rim.

01.37
Bowl (vessel)
1700 – 1750

Tin-galzed Earthenware (delft) bowl decorated with three grey-blue fish over a manganese purple glaze. Inside of bowl is decorated with a grey-blue glaze and blue vine design.


Flow blue bowl; blue and white floral design on outside and inside edge. Inside bowl in center is a scene of a large house, stream with swans and trees; white base.


A white bowl with blue painted pastoral and floral scenes around sides and inside rim. From the Wanton-Lyman-Hazard house.

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