These two 9" x 5 3/4" oval bowls have scalloped edges and are in the 1960's pattern which became known as "Star of David" because of the star within the pattern. The pattern was sold by Anchor Hocking by the name of Early American Prescut. With the look of more expensive glass, EAPC was priced then (and now) so that most households could find it affordable.
There are signs of use; utensil marks and light scuffing but the glass remains crystal clear and without nicks or chips. A pretty way to serve up a few veggie dishes or snacks.
The price is for both bowls. The glass is quite heavy. Shipping weight for the two bowls is 3.8 pounds.
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Multiple item purchases make cost effective sense. Add-ons of like or less weight can cost little to nothing extra to ship!