Thanks for that Gary.
Are you in charge of the colour cataloguing? is Ysartglass waiting for colour codes? There is no 244 on the website (unless I'm looking in the wrong place)
Does that make mine pre-war or is it the same codes post-war?
Thanks for sharing your wealth of knowledge,
No Roberta I am not in charge of colour cataloguing for Ysart Glass. Please follow link below for previous thread on colour codes. I believe Frank has a backlog of colour codes to update.http://www.glassmessages.com/index.php/topic,47418.msg266821.html#msg266821
Technically post war Monart pieces did not have a colour code, as once Monart restarted production in 1947 the colour code was discontinued from the label.
Though many post war pieces had similar colour schemes to pre war pieces.
I believe your bowl is a pre war piece, for two reasons. The first is, the type of base and pontil finish is indicative of a pre war finish. The second (my personal view), Paul was much more conservative than Salvador (Monart period) in the use of colour schemes.
Your bowl's colour shceme is Salvador at his creative best.