Made by Dixon for Harrods. This versatile serving dish was traditionally used to serve breakfast. With revolving dome and two removable liners. With hot water reservoir to keep food warm.
Harrods Stores Ltd. (London, 1849-present) | James Dixon and Sons (Sheffield, c. 1806-1992)
Marked: trumpet mark, Height Ld. A1/ Harrods / London S.W. /A561 /1 1/2.
Width 13.25 Depth 9 Height 8 in.