These restaurant ware bowls are the right size for ice cream, desert, cereal, and more! Three bowls in the Desert Tan pattern by STERLING CHINA, sold as a lot. Desert Tan pattern is cream with brown stripes.
Marked Desert Tan Sterling Vitrified China East Liverpool Ohio USA. Smaller bowls measure Each is 4 7/8 inches wide and 1 1/4 inches deep; the larger bowl is 4 7/8 inches wide and 2 inches deep. In very good condition.
From the internet:
"In 1917, B.E. Allen founded a pottery in Wellsville, Ohio, that he named Sterling China Company. The company began making cups, bowls, and Sterling China Backstamp mugs then gradually added new items. As the company grew, it continued to add new body colors and decorations.
By World War II, Sterling China was producing a tremendous amount of china. One source stated that Sterling China produced most of the dinnerware used by the United States armed forces during the war. The company's success continued, and by 1949 it was counted in the three top producers of hotel and restaurant china. An ad that appeared in Hotel Management indicated that Sterling China had nearly 700 dinnerware patterns."
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