This circa 1915 antique porcelain baby feeding dish by Royal Rudolstadt features Rose O'Neill Wilson's lovable Kewpies frolicking in grass. The light green airbrushed dish is a combination of a bowl and high-rimmed plate, designed for babies and young toddlers. It measures 7-3/4 inches diameter by 1-1/2 inches high. It's in near pristine condition with no damage or paint/decal wear, just light wear to the gold rim line and a couple of short craze lines to the glaze on the underside (they are true craze lines, not hairlines or cracks). When viewed at an angle toward light, you can see a few tiny, shallow marks near the center from utensil use, nothing even approaching a scratch. The plate is marked on the bottom with the green Prussia crown B Royal Rudolstadt mark, the same but smaller mark impressed without wording, and "Copyrighted Rose O'Neill Wilson, Kewpie, Germany" stamped under glaze.