Here is an olive green matte glazed bowl made by the Hyalyn Porcelain company. This vintage 1950s bowl features a flared rim, with vertical stripes on the outside and smooth on the inside. The bottom shows the logo of "hyalyn" within an oval, USA, and the number 299.
The Hyalyn Porcelain Co. was founded in Hickory, North Carolina, in 1947 by Leslie & Frances Moody, both of whom had been associated with other pottery companies, before starting their own business. The pottery closed in 1973, with the death of Mr. Moody.
Hyalyn made very high quality pottery in classic, sleek contemporary forms, with influences from the Eames and other designers of the mid-century period. Hyalyn pottery is a vitreous and non-porous ware made of white clay and fired at a high temperature.
The bowl is in perfect condition, free of chips or cracks. This is a remarkable find, considering the age of the bowl.
SIZE: 2-5/8 inches high & 9 inches diameter at top.