Sunday, October 3, 2010
One of the things that I picked up last week at one of the estate auctions that I attended was a large serving bowl made by Universal Cambridge Potteries for Sears Roebuck and Co. in the Cat Tail pattern. It was a good deal at $2, even with a small chip in the rim. I love the pattern. So, now there's something else to keep my eye out for at estate auctions (only if it's cheap!). I used it last night as a mixing bowl to mix up some brownies, which I baked in my new 8 inch lime green Pyrex baker that I got at the same estate sale.
I checked eBay for other items in this pattern, and I'll have to say that there is quite an assortment. Does anybody know when these were made? If I were to make a guess based on the shape of the different pieces, I would guess 1940s.
Here's some pieces from eBay:
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Posted by Missouri Michael at 6:00 AM