These Cereal Bowls were also advertised as Cream Soup bowls, because like many of the Old Colony pieces, they were designed to serve two purposes. These non-ribbed pink Depression Glass cereal bowls were made by Hocking Glass between 1935 and 1938. The pattern, Old Colony, was also nicknamed "Lace Edge," or "Open Lace," because of the glass "lace" around the rims. With alternating small and large openings, these bowls have plain sides. Each pink glass bowl has a rayed bottom and measures 6-3/8 inches in diameter, and about one and a half inches deep. There is no mark.
Priced separately for your convenience, only one of the four available has one of the very common cracks in the lace that goes from one opening to the next. This crack does not seem to go through, and is very difficult to feel. This bowl will be discounted 25% with purchase of another. The other three bowls available appear to have no damage. Please email for adjusted pricing before completing your transaction.