This is a nice group of bowls in the popular Blue Adam pattern, a Syracuse stock pattern that has been documented as having been used for a time on the Prospector train, owned by Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad. It was never railroad backstamped, so most collectors like to have at least one piece of Blue Adam in their collections, just as a representative piece.
Many more people, though, simply love the elegant pattern and enjoy collecting the different shapes to use every day.
These bowls are 6 1/4” in diameter and 1 3/4” high, making them perfect for desserts, soups and small salads. All are in excellent condition and have medium-to-heavy utensil marks.
Date codes for the bowls are 1948, 1955 and 1956. Of course you can select which year you’d prefer! They are being sold individually.