It's easy to share vegetables with a Bird of Paradise when you have this vintage bowl on your table, with flowers that peek above the serving while the Bird waits below to surprise and delight. Made of fine china in Bavaria, Germany by the Eduard Haberlander Porcelain Factory between 1913 and 1928, you'll find the bowl to be in almost new condition save for a 7/8 inch crack on the underside rim that's obviously been there a long time and that does go through as well as a tiny, black line (not a crack, maybe a part of the transfer?) on the outside edge. The bowl is heavier and stouter than its contemporary cousins and measures 9 1/8 inches in length, 7.25 inches in width and is 2.25 inches in height. It is marked with the company's logo on the bottom. Please note we have more than one of these available and offer matching pieces separately within our shop.