Large early 20th century, French earthenware bowl with a pumpkin glaze. It has a slight flared rim. Decorated with a creamy yellow coggled slip. The bowl is from the Alsace region of France. A large dough bowl which has a rich color due to the glaze and the clay. There is no glaze to the exterior, only the lip of the bowl and the interior. There are small minor chips on the underside of the lip which are common to find in this type of clay. There are no cracks or repairs. There is no glaze loss. It has a stilt mark in the bottom in the interior. There is an incised 32 on the bottom. The measurements are 12 1/2 inches from lip to lip and 6 inches tall. The bowl is rounded. The measurement for the bottom of the bowl is 6 inches.