A beautiful and MINT condition set of four antique porcelain dessert bowls made by Bridgwood & Son, England. These were manufactured from 1885-1891 and is in the IDA pattern. This kind of blue and white porcelain is often referred to as "Flow Blue" porcelain as the blue colour was purposely meant to bleed beyond the transfer design a little, giving the effect an almost watercolour feel. Bridgwood & Son called theirs Porcelain Opaque. Hard to believe these have lasted for over 120 years and haven't incurred a single chip or crack! One has slight crazing on the back only, as shown in the pictures in the gallery.
DIMENSIONS: 4¾" diameter x 1" tall. The perfect size for a scoop of ice-cream or a great shallow bowl to hold change or jewelry.
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