This small, deep bowl was probably used at Masonic lodge functions. This shape is generally considered an open sugar bowl. On the front of the white restaurant china is the Masonic square, compass and letter “G” which represents Freemasonry. Above the emblem it reads; Liberty Lodge, 171. and below is A.F. & A.M. which I believe is for Ancient Free and Accepted Mason. The green back stamp on the bottom reads; O.P.CO. Syracuse China D-6. This is the mark of the Onondaga Pottery Co. and I believe the date code refers to June 1923.
It measures about 4 ¼” in diameter at the top, 2 ¾” in diameter at the base and about 2 7/8” high. It is in very good condition with minimal wear and no damage.
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