Three beehive or ringware nesting mixing bowls discovered among the contents of our Grandmother’s basement. In remarkable condition for how long they were initially used and then stored. Bauer pottery, an American pottery that was founded in Paducah, KY was moved to California in the early 1900s. Operations were closed in 1962 the result of a dispute related to labor. Here are three bowls, the largest of the three bowls is ( 9″ x 4.5″) a soft green marked BAUER USA on the bottom clean and in very good vintage condition. The medium ( 7.5″ x 4″) is a pretty periwinkle blue glaze with no crazing, or chips. There is one tiny glaze flaw on the inside; there since its original firing. It is marked BAUER USA, clearly under the original gloss glaze. The smallest of the three is an off white (7″ x 3.5″) unmarked. It has no chips, just light crazing in the glaze but nothing detracting.