This wonderful petite Losol Ware covered dish and ladle set in the Gordon green transferware pattern was made in Burslem England by Keeling & Co Ltd circa 1912 to 1936. Known primarily for their flow blue ironstone, this darling has the rare teal blue color with a slight amount of visible flow. The design is decidedly Art Deco, the angularity of the border and the checker board softened by sweet roses, it's quite beautiful, The color is a dark cyan teal historically know as verditer, since verdigris, a carbonate of copper, was used as a blue or green pigment. The color in the last picture is most accurate. This tureen is in wonderful vintage condition, no chips, flakes or flea bites, just slight crazing which can be seen in the photographs, and the ladle is undamaged. The bottom bears the Keeling mark and dating is per info found in The Collector's Encyclopedia of Flow Blue China by Mary Frank Gaston, page 28. This sweet piece measures 7 1/2 inches handle to handle and is 5 inches tall and its unique color will delight and add interest to any decor.