Victorian Pottery Cottage Cheese Dish
The cheese dish was a familiar part of most Victorian kitchens, used to protect the cheese from vermin and keep it moist. These would usually be kept in a larder or cool side of the kitchen.
This is a good example of an early 20th century cheese dish, in the form of a thatched cottage.
In good condition.
Dimensions: 12cm high, with a base of 17cm in diameter.