Great for casserole-type dishes (my parents do an out-of-the-bird dressing on Thanksgiving in them).
There was a little ash-slag on one side that I ground off so it wasn't offensive (it tends to be really rough and snag pot-holders). So, there are a few grinding marks under one of the handles. I am going to try to find something to polish them out, but I will have to see what I can do. The grind marks are controlled, and they are pretty minor...part of the process, as they say. It is one of the nicer pieces I have got out of the wood kiln.
This piece also has some errant marks from my angle-grinder on the bottom (it's the best tool, but not a precision instrument). None of the marks affect the functionality or beauty of the piece on the table.
Dimensions: 6.5"x11"x7" approx., including handles.
*Wood-fired work will have some grinding marks (you get a lot of glass running places you don't necessarily want it). Also, sometimes the nicer pieces are in areas that are in a higher-risk situation. The marks are going to be on the bottom, usually, unless it is in the description.