Here we offer a rather unique piece of porcelain dinnerware from the late Victorian era. It is a covered condensed milk tin holder – that’s right – it held a can of condensed milk so it would look more elegant on the dining table.
This cylindrical container with angled handles features a push-up hole in the bottom. Though unmarked, it is certainly of fine quality. This piece was produced by a maker of fine porcelain, such as Haviland for example, and dates from about 1900.
This fun piece in from a bygone era stands 5” tall and is 3 ½” in diameter. This piece is over 100 years old and is in perfect condition showing no signs of wear.