Here is a lovely Porcelain Chamber Pot in Mulberry Cartouche transfer ware pattern. Amazingly, the original Chamber Pot lid is still intact; it is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. Chamber Pot/Bowl is in age related condition with spider crack to the interior bottom and outside; this has not jeopardized the sturdiness of the pot and can be most normal for this old a piece of porcelain. The bottom ring is unglazed with some wear and discoloration; this also is quite normal from everyday use and age. The rim and handle are in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. The Chamber Pot is clean and without stains. It's a lovely find for the Shabby Chic. The stamp on the underside of the bowl/pot dates to 1862-1904 and reads: B W M & Co. Cartouche, Cauldon-Place England. Also noted on the bottom is the number 12 and the letter L. In 1905 B W M & Co. became Cauldon Ltd. at Cauldon-Place, Hanley. The Chamber Pot measures 6 ½ inches high with lid; diameter is 8 7/8 inches across. Lid is also marked Cauldon-Place England. Sales tax must be collected for buyers living in or picking up in New York State. Local tax rate applies.