Avon Cape Cod Glass Cereal Bowl

Avon 1876 Cape Cod Glass Cereal Bowl

Avon 1876 Cape Cod Glass Cereal Bowl

The Avon 1876 Cape Cod Glass Cereal Bowl.

Sometimes it is also called a soup bowl.

It is ruby red and measures 7 -1/4 inches across.

This bowl is larger than other bowls in the Cape Cod glass collection.

This is what we have seen for prior sales information. Keep in mind there are various factors that can affect the price, such as condition, salesmanship, need, time of the year, whether an original box is included, etc.

Avon 1876 Cape Cod Glass Cereal Bowl Box

Avon 1876 Cape Cod Glass Cereal Bowl Box

A range of price between $3 and $15 per bowl.

That is a wide range, but sometimes the number available also affects pricing.

For instance, if you need an odd number, such as 5 bowls, it can be more difficult to find a set of exactly that number.

If you have to buy 4 from one seller and 1 from another, then there are additional shipping costs.

It may be worth more to buy 6, or more if you want extras in the event of breakage.



1876 Cape Cod Ruby Red Lot 7 Soup Cereal Bowls 10 bread/butter dishes NEW
$59.39



Cape Cod Cereal Bowl 8″
$26.95



MINT 1876 Cape Cod Ruby Red Glass SOUP / CEREAL BOWL w/ Original Box
$7.99



New! Just listed. Check this out before others find it.

NEW IN BOX AVON’s 1876 RUBY RED GLASS SOUP/CEREAL BOWLS (2)
$9.50

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4 Responses to “Avon Cape Cod Glass Cereal Bowl”
  1. Karen says:

    Looking for 10 of the 8″ cereal/soup bowls? Any sellers?

  2. Dan Campbell says:

    I have glasses – large and small – decanters, saucers, dinner plates, gravy server, oval platter, salt and pepper sets, creamer and sugar, covered butter dish, cereal bowls, large candle holders and small candle holders and salad plates.
    Please contact if you are interested.
    Dan Campbell

  3. lamar gatherum says:

    wanted plates and glasses 8 of each thanks lamar

  4. Gloria Brunette says:

    What can you tell me about prices of pieces in boxes vs pieces with no box. Is there some sort of standard percentage that a piece goes down if it is not in its original box?

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