Glass Dish The Porridge Pot Warwick England Midieval Inn Souvenir Trinket 1970s
This is a glass souvenir dish for the Porridge Pot, Warwick England, a famous Medieval town with a wonderful castle.
The dish is cased glass with a pale greeny yellow backing and a brown drawing of the famous restaurant that was built in 1420 in the Middle Ages or Medieval period when the famous castle was also built.
The floors and ceilings look like it, too!
A favorite place of ours for tea of an afternoon whilst there.
The dish measures .5 in high by 4.5 inches square and is in very good +++ used vintage condition with no chips, cracks or wear.
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