Both side projections also have two smaller holes where the original silver handle (now sadly long gone) would have been fixed. The unusual dish is offered in lovely antique condition. There is a 14cm firing crack on the side, which extends into one of the side projections. In addition, there are a few chips in the glaze on the rim.
All faults can be seen in the photos. There is very little wear to the glaze, suggesting this dish was used very little, if at all.
The items listed are old and may show signs of wear commensurate with age. I try to describe items as accurately as possible, including a number of photos showing details and highlighting any flaws. A: Perfect, with minimal signs of wear. No chips, cracks or repairs. B: Very good, some wear commensurate with age.C: Good, some wear to high spots, such as gilding, rim and base edges. Small chips and/or cracks, as described. D: Fair, showing a high degree of wear and tear commensurate with age.
Chips, cracks and repairs, as described. E: Poor, showing heavy wear, damage and/or plus previous repairs. All items will be securely packed with bubble wrap and/or packing beads within a strong cardboard box.