An early 19th century (c. 1820) Wedgwood Creamware footed Cress or Berry Dish with pierced cut-outs. The dish has a very pleasing oval shape with 2 ribbed handles and ribbed sloping sides. The hand-punched drainage holes include hearts and diamond. The dish stands on short peg-legs. Overall measurements are 11 ¼” x 8 ½” and it stands about 1 ½” high. The Wedgwood mark is very faint (and probably not photographable), but present. This dish would have had an undertray to catch drips, but sadly it is not present. Condition is excellent: no chips, cracks, lines, restorations, etc. A very attractive example of early English Creamware. One of several period English Creamware pieces that can be found in my Ruby Lane Shop.