Thanks for attaching those photos.
The piece looks to be a centerpiece bowl, but I am not exactly sure. I am going to opt out and give one of our other experts a shot at this one.
The pictures will be a big help.
By shape, being a pedestal footed bowl with stylized handles, this is technically referred to as a compote.
This would have been used as a table or sideboard display piece usually for fruit; usually it would come as a pair and with a larger centerpiece.
Here is a link for you to a comparable example, not an exact match, of a creamware footed pedestal compote:
Yes, I can help with the dating. Could you please confirm the words on the impression stamp with two lines? Is one of the words "England". This information will help aid in the dating. You can send it at your convenience.
The use of the word "England" on the piece indicates that the oldest it could be is 1892 when the McKinley Tariff required country of origin stamps on all items.
The two impression stamped letters *might* indicate the year, can you please confirm the letters for me.
Thank you for the additional information. Please allow me some time to see if this will yield the year made information for you.
The word England was used only from 1891/2 - 1908. The letter D should be the indicator for the year 1901.
In general, creamware by Wedgwood made in the late 19th through 20th century is not rare. The most desirable, rare creamware pieces are from the early 19th century and the decoration is pierced or reticulated. Those are rare because less survive. Over the passage of time, your piece will also gain in rarity as the likelihood that less will survive into the future (i.e. from breakage or damage) and eventually be considered rare.
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