This is a rare large lidded pot that was made at the Danish Porcelain Manufactory (1936 - 1969).
The back stamp or monogram on the base of this dish was used in 1936 - so it is now over 80 years old. And it looks like it was made only yesterday.
It is in excellent condition with no damages.
The design is also uber-stylish and with its traditional stripes, it never dates stylistically.
These lovely original 1930s examples are now very rare - and this is probably an item for the more specialist collector of Scandinavian Art Deco Pottery.
This pot was designed by Alex Bruel and was part of the Dan-Ild series.
It will be hard to find another one from this date.
It measures 7 1/4 inches in diameter and has a height of 5 1/2 inches. The handle measures 2 3/4 inches.
It is a heavy piece and weighs 1.3 kg in weight.
UK posting only. It will have to be sent with Parcelforce48 which will be £10.