1914-1916 Porcelain Baby dish
A round porcelain bowl. The base is wider than the rim. The exterior is a light green color with raised letters, the alphabet in gold, with a gold line around the rim as well. The rim has some darker green coloring, as does some of the exterior, and a few spots in the interior. The rest is still the light green. There is an image of three children jumping rope in the center of the bowl. The image does not touch any of the edges. The children are in a grass filled landscape, with flowers. Behind them is a group of houses, green in color with brown roofs and a tan fence. There is also a gray and tan windmill, and a brown tree with green leaves. There is one girl, dress in a puple shirt and blue and white striped skirt, with a yellow apron with a red checkered pattern at the top. She is blond and wears a white cap. The boy jumping rope is wearing an orange shirt, gray pants, a purple neckerchief, and a brown hat. The last child is a boy with his back to the viewer. He is wearing a pink top, brown pants, and a brown hat. There is a white dog with brown ears, tail, and spots in front of the children, also facing away from the viewer.
Donor: Dwight P. Lanmon; used by the donor's mother as a child.
around the edge: "ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ"
Handwritten note on tape on the bottom (as it is difficult to read, this is a guess) To Blaine Grandmother