Posted 4 years ago
I picked up this pretty muffin dish (or cheese dome) at one charity shop. I don't see this shape often. It is in very good condition. Diameter of the plate is 8.5'', around 22 cm. It has three marks on the bottom, two impressed and one printed. I was trying to figure out the marks, but no avail. I appreciate any help and info.
I believe it is British made and not just because I found it in the UK. These dishes were for serving typical English muffins. The printed mark is a crown, the impressed marks are a triangle and some letter B what it looks like in a shield with a crown on it. Any thoughts?
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Update : Now I know, thanks to Mary, this dish was made in Germany by Beyer and Bock, from Thuringia, Germany. This company owned the Royal Rudolstadt registered trademark.