Very rare early 1930s Medalta Medicine Hat, Alberta, CA yellow ware mixing bowl. An amazing piece of early pottery (despite the horrible photo of its interior that has massive shadowing making her look dirty, she’s not) that has been well loved. They mixed the glaze right off of the interior- that a LOT of 🥞, 🍞, 🎂! It’s earned the right to just hang out and hold your fruit or sit on a shelf and mingle with some other pretty things!
In Etsy shop now. Link in bio👆🏻
While getting my Christmas decorations out of the sheds, I came across my long lost #yelloware !!!! Yippee jumping for joy!
I knew that I had it somewhere safe, but where was the question. My husband then happens to say “You have too much *%#$**!”
Lol whatever 🤷🏼♀️
It's almost time to break out the old stuff! 🦃 I don't know if I refuse to use my #yellowware and #ironstone more often because I don't want to break it, or the sheer lack of not wanting to hand wash it. Probably the latter. Do any of you use your pieces on a regular basis?
P.S. I'm loving that yellowware is so cheap right now! .
When you take #lilmissmaya antiquing, she forces you to look under things and at her level. We found these handmade doll-sized miniature yellowware seaweed batter bowls in the bottom row of a display case. The two pieces were made in the 1990s when collecting authentic yellowware was the rage.#yellowware#miniatures#dogseyeview @suzannasantiques