The sunny spring daffodil on these Jonquil dessert bowls from Universal Cambridge will brighten any kitchen with vintage charm! In creamy white on the Laurella shape, these little bowls bear a single large Daffodil with one tight bud, and looks especially sweet when presented on the matching saucer. The embossed edge of Laurella features two different pretty bows nestled at intervals around the rim in the vine that rings each piece.
Made by Universal Cambridge each sauce bowl bears the green underglaze, circular backstamp of the "National Brotherhood of Operative Potters," the Labor Union of the time headquartered in Ohio. The outer ring of the circle reads "Laurella/Universal Cambridge, O." "Oven Proof/Made in U.S.A." rings the outside of the circle and completes the mark. This "National Brotherhood of Operative Potters," mark was used on wares of many different Ohio potteries between 1940 and 1955.
Each bowl measures 5-1/2 inches in diameter. One matching saucer will be included with the two bowls.
One bowl shows only the expected normal wear, surface scratches, and minor nondiscolored crazing. The other bowl has a small chip on the backside edge that is barely visible from the front. It is shown in the photo next to the blue blossom. The single saucer also has non-discolored crazing.
The price includes all three pieces together. There are other pieces of this cheerful pattern also offered in my shop. Thank you for visiting MaggieBelle's Memories!