This is a Watt Pottery USA deep yellow-ware ice bucket #73. This is Watts best-selling pattern -- with 3 leaves and a single apple.
SIZE: Approximately 7-1/2” wide and 6” high. This is a nice and deep. Deeper than most
CONDITION: No big chips, it does have very small flea bites on the top edge. Good color shine.
Light crazing, and small discoloration dots, but good overall condition. No lid.
HISTORY: Yellow ware bowls were commonly made from 1850 to 1930 in potteries like Hull, Watts, Bennington, Brush McCoy, and Weller. Most yellow ware is not signed, and fell out of favor with American women in the 1930's. However, this pattern is said to be from the early 1950’s.