Post 381: A Classic Never Goes Out of Style

Because people can be predictable, I checked my local Craigslist for the word “bowel”. I did see a couple instances where the word was not used in connection with tableware. Thank you, Squatty Potty, for that new development. However, enough misuse existed to be worth the search.

This first ad is very serious. Ask for me tomorrow, you will find me a gravy bowel.

*** Royal Doulton Pillar Rose English Translucent China & Gravy Bowel***

 

Royal Doulton Pillar Rose English Translucent China:

(6) Dinner Plates 10.5″
(5) Salad or Bread & Butter Plates 8.5″
(6) Cups 3.5″
(5) Saucers 6.25″
(1) Oval Serving Plate 13.5″
(1) Serving Bowel 9.5″
(1) Gravy Serving Bowel

This just in from Tommy Bahama:

Four 6″ green Tommy Bahama bowel. – $16

 

Four 6″ green Tommy Bahama bowel.
Microwave and dish washer ,never been used

Now I’m confused. Are they selling a microwave and dish washer that has never been used? Hope Tommy is recovering, whatever the circumstances.

Things are getting more lively now!

Decorative Silver Salad/Punch Bowel – $20

 

Large silver bowel great for parties!

I guess it’s the latest fashion, to have silver bowels.

You know, when summer comes around, poor college students want to travel a bit. They may go to extremes to find the money to do so.

12″ GLAZED WHITE FRUIT BOWEL

post 381 bernie

12″ WIDE X 3″ HIGH, MADE IN JAPAN.
PERFECT CONDITION. PLEASE CALL
OR TEXT THANKS BERNIE

Yeah, thanks, Bernie. See you next weekend!

Well, let’s get back to the party. You never know who might turn up.

Early American Prescut Party Punch Set Mint Cond. Full Set.Vintage – $80

 

Early American Prescut Party Punch Set
Condition: Excellent. No defects, cracks or chips
Two part punch bowel, 12 glasses 12 plastic hangers 12 plastic ladles
and original Box. That is a full set.
Some are selling on line & they do not have a full set it came with two ladles not just one.

Dude, I’m cutting you off. When you start seeing 12 ladles when there are only 2, it’s time to give it up. Thanks for reading. Keep those cards and letters coming in to wtfsparkyville@gmail.com

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