- Pattern: Lettuce or Cabbage
- Made in Trenton, NJ, USA
- Vintage: 1960’s – 1970’s
- Details: This is a very nice cabbage (or is it a lettuce?) serving bowl. It is bright green and has wonderful detail of the leaves and all the veins that make up a lettuce head. The lid is shaped with two lettuce leaves that come together to form a handle, very creative. It also has a matching underplate that can be used as a separate serving dish. It is from Holland Mold, if you’re familiar with this company, they make molds that people then hand paint in their own style, this one was painted by someone with the initials M. N. This bowl resembles the Majolica cabbage bowls, but it’s a lot less expensive. There are several condition issues, best used for display, see “Condition” below. The bowl is stamped on the bottom: “Holland Mold”, it is not dated but we traced this style mold from 1969 to 1977. This piece would be at home in a country or farmhouse style home, as well as a traditional style. Great for a Spring or Summer vignette / decor.
- Materials: Ceramic
- Condition: Vintage – Used. Average Condition. It has a crack and a small chip on the lid and a chip on the underside of the plate, (all photographed for you). Otherwise is in good vintage condition with some crazing all over as acceptable due to age/use/wear. Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can’t accept returns. All sales final. Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new. Every effort has been made to show scratches, wear and tear and imperfections.
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Holland Mold Inc. was founded in 1946 by Frank Hollendonner in his Trenton NJ garage with his brother Rudy. Frank was an immigrant who had learned how to make molds in Austria and made blank molds for crafters to add their own color and creativity. The company remained family owned for over 50 years but in the 1980’s, due to competition and lower priced goods business was slowing down, they finally sold the company in 1997. The new owners continue selling new molds for today’s crafters.