Here is a pre-World War II era baby's dish in heavy, shiny-glaze pottery. It is divided into three sections. The dish is hollow and may be filled with hot water to keep baby's food warm. The opening has a stopper with the cork intact. There are hand-painted figures at the bottom of the food wells from the Nursery Rhyme "Mary Had a Little Lamb." The dish is blue; the figures have nice detail and many colors. "Hankscraft" and "952" are raised markings on the bottom. The dish was made in the U.S. It measures 6 1/2" in diameter and 2 1/4" high. This dish is in excellent original condition.