The Stetson China Company was formed in the late 1940's in Illinois and went out of business in 1965. However during the time they were in business they produced many pieces of decorated china. Even though the Stetson name isn't on this piece, we know from our research that the backstamp was used by Stetson in the 1950's. This pattern is called Stars and appears to be difficult to find.
The pattern features different styles and sizes of stars created with a thin black design. Two larger stars have a round mottled maroon colored star and the two medium size stars have a mottled yellow circle.
The backstamp is green and states: Genuine Handpainted, Oven Proof, Dinnerware, Underglazed, Detergent Proof. Please see the photos for a closer look.
The bowl is about 8 inches in diameter. The base is about 5 inches.
The bowls all have crazing. There are no chips or cracks that we can find.