Fancy, classically beautiful, finely detailed, this lovely covered footed large casserole dish was made by Meir and Son, Staffordshire pottery. It has a registry mark showing it was made October 25, 1855. The body of the white ironstone casserole dish is deeply panel fluted ending in an octagonal wide foot. The high full relief of the nut pomegranate finial truly sets this white ironstone casserole dish apart from others as well as its pristine white body and deep detailed style. The casserole dish has the early black mark desirable on white ironstone. It is in very fine condition without chips or cracks, truly beautiful. Overall measurements: 8.5" high, 10.75" wide. This is one to display proudly or use for a stunning accent to your table.
White Ironstone 1855 Covered Covered Casserole Dish