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This modern serving dish was designed by Ernest Sohn. Sohn was a gifted designer who was recognized by the Museum of Modern Art in their Good Design program during the 1940s and ‘50s. He produced lines of tableware under his label Ernest Sohn Creations starting in the mid fifties. His ceramics were produced by Hall.

The dish measures 7 inches high overall, 12 3/8 inches wide, 6 3/4 inches deep. Printed mark on underside on dish.

Overall condition is very good, with no chips, cracks or repairs. There is a small dark spot on the rim that appears to be under the glaze--see detail image. Very minor wear on the interior and to the wood handle.

Although this model was sometimes used as a chaffing dish, I assume this cannot be used in the oven--this is just for serving.

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Ernest Sohn Covered Serving Dish - White Ceramic and Teak Vegetable Casserole Entertaining