Antique Victorian Cheese Keeper Covered Dish Scrolls & Pink Roses

Antique Victorian Cheese Keeper Covered Dish Scrolls & Pink Roses

Regular price $65.00


Product Description: A charming covered cheese dish from the Victorian era. In rectangular form, decorated with pink roses, white daisies and a creamy-peach trim and fancy scrolling. A decorative single handle on the top of lid with a small vent hole in the cover allows for ventilation. The plate is a generous size measuring just under 10 inches long by 7 ½ inches wide that once held a hefty block cheese. Even being over 120 years old, showing signs of age with crazing, some color wear and chips, it still holds its beauty very well.

Note: Please refer to "Condition" for additional information.

Circa: Late 1800s – Early 1900s


Plate Only: 9 ¾” L x 7 ½” W x 1” H (overall to edge), 8" x 6" (inside area)

Height (overall - set): 6”

Product Weight:  3 pounds


Color: Orange-Yellow, Creamy White, Pink, Green, Blue

Style: Victorian

Material: Earthenware

Marks: No visible maker marks. Inside lip of lid is a 4 digit number with a letter.

Origin: Unconfirmed although most likely England

Condition:  Previously owned - used. All-over crazing with discoloration in areas. Light color wear, moreso on gold highlights. ¾” glaze, paint chip on front, left corner of lid which also has a slight hairline going upward. The chip extends on that back-inside of that corner and gives the appearance of a repair. 1/8” chip on right, front upper corner near scroll and on lip of plate. Ageing, all-over crazing and spotty discoloration on front and backside of plate and lid.

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