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Generally used with Anchor Hocking's Early American Prescut (EAPC) these small bowls were sold as "sherbets" and are perfect for fruit cups or for serving custard, puddings, or other desserts. The bowls are actually in the "Oatmeal" Prescut Pattern which was a small line produced before EAPC without the Star of David.
These five ounce bowls were often found as premiums within boxes of "Crystal Wedding Oats" oatmeal in the 60's. Measuring approx. 2 1/4" tall x 3 5/8" across the top, each are without nicks or chips and the glass remains crystal clear. Please note these are the taller of the two small bowls manufactured in this pattern.
You may wish to see other "Oatmeal" and EAPC Pattern glassware within this shop. For your savings, items are safely combined for shipping.
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Three Anchor Hocking Prescut "Oatmeal" Dessert / Sherbet Bowls
$6 USD SOLD
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