This Art Nouveau era Wood and Son chamber pot with lid in white with rosy pink and spring green stripes and gilt trim is gorgeous. The pot is rather fancy, with embossed scrolls and beading and a lovely melon shape. This piece is in extraordinary condition, there are no chips, cracks or crazing to note, there is a mark on one stripe that is under the glaze so it was done during the manufacturing process prior to the final firing. The gilt trim is wonderful and looks great in person, it did not photograph well for me. This bears the early Wood & Son Royal Semi-Porcelain mark dating the piece from 1890-1910 and was made in England sometime in the Late Victorian to Early Edwardian transition period. This pieces was produced in Burslem Parish in County Staffordshire England. Wood and Sons were known for their earthenware, and ironstone pieces. The semi porcelain pieces are a glazed ceramic that mimics the look of porcelain. This exquisite chamber pot measures 11 inches by 8 inches, including the handle and finial, and the last picture shows the lid inverted on top of the chamber pot. This is a perfect accent piece and a wonderful place to hide that extra roll of toilet tissue in the powder room. I used to use it to hide my curlers way back when hair dryers were something you had to sit under. I'm sure you will think of many more creative uses.