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I was looking for something in the attic yesterday and found this large hexagonally-shaped sugar bowl. It has definitely seen better days and was filled with wooden BINGO markers. The lid is cracked and badly mended, glaze is crazed and discolored in places, and it has a large chip on the bottom and many other small chips. It is 6 inches tall at the lid handle and had no marks other than a very small green V surrounded by 4 dots. I have no idea how old it is or the manufacturer. Any info appreciated, especially about the mark. Thanks.
It reminds me of a soup tureen...but I am not sure if the size is correct.
OP lid doesn't have a hole in it for the ladle, therefore it's not a soup tureen. I checked my book of US Marks (633 pg) and that "V" mark isn't shown. I also checked "Y".
Tom is correct - no hole for a ladle and it is small for a tureen - 6" tall at the lid handle. Maybe I insisted on a "V" because that is how I looked at it, it could be an arrow, perhaps.
Either way, I was just commenting because you said it was so large...
I will keep my eyes and mind wide open.