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This casserole dish and lid are in perfect vintage condition. There is no crazing, chips, or stains. It is marked A301 USA on the bottom. There is no manufacturer listed. The stand shows some wear but is still very usable.


Width: 9 3/4"
Height w/o stand: 6"
Height w/ stand: 9"

Many early American pottery companies started marking their pottery with the USA mark around WW1 in order to distinguish it from foreign imports. Prior to WW1, most American pottery was unmarked. From the late 1940's and 50's most American pottery companies were using their company logos, e.g. McCoy Pottery, USA, RRP Roseville, USA, etc. However, some companies seldom used any marks at all on the premise that since foreign pottery had to be marked, their items need not be marked, e.g. Zanesville Stoneware Co.

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Vintage Casserole Dish with Lid and Warming Stand - USA


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: ceramic, metal
  • Feedback: 820 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from California, United States.