Weller Potteries of Fultonham, Ohio made this line of Utility Ware in the mid 1930's through about 1943. They were a kitchen essential!
This set of mixing bowls is a recent farmhouse find, tucked away for at least 30 years - maybe longer. The bowls are not marked, as was the case with much Weller kitchen ware, but they can be found in nearly any guide to Weller pottery.
The bowls are in very good condition, with a few minor issues. Each bowl is shown, top and bottom, in the photos, from smallest to largest. All the bowls have mild overall crazing. The crazing is faint and is not stained.
1. 6" across, 3" high - excellent!
2. 7" across, 3.5" high - faint hairline inside, does not go through, 2 minor chips on bottom rim (see close up)
3. 8" across,4.25" high - "spider hairline" inside
Hairlines are "glaze deep" and do not affect the integrity of the bowls. All are usable, if you care to do so.
This set is heavy, and I am happy to explore other delivery options.