Yellowware Mixing Bowl
An American classic goes modern.
Before kitchens across America were outfitted with Pyrex and plastic everything, there was yellowware, a popular, durable ceramic fired from a yellow-hued clay. Though it fell out of fashion after the 1940s, yellowware has recently been enjoying a comeback, and we’ve got our sights set on this modern version made of American-mined stoneware with a lead-free glaze, with decorative white bands that are hand painted by Vermont Farmhouse’s master potters. In a one-up over the originals, these are safe to use with your oven, microwave, dishwasher, and freezer.
Photography by Rocky Luten, Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
American-mined stoneware, lead free glaze
Medium is 7.5" in diameter x 4" H and holds 33 ounces; Large is 11" in diameter x 5" H and holds 96 ounces
Care & Notes
Oven, microwave, dishwasher, and freezer safe.
Shipping & Returns
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Meet the Maker
Our Tips & Stories
How we'd use this beauty in our own homes.
Cue all of the chocolate cake. And brownies. And cookies.
The effortlessly sexy dessert you can stir together from your pantry (and the olive oil cake that will ruin you for all others).
The one baking ingredient you should never be stingy with (and the blondies you'll become known for).
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