Thanks for confirming the size. The 11" one is the largest model that was made. These duck tureens were produced in Europe in the 1930s and are quite collectible.
The PV mark stands for "Pleasant Village" which was a brand introduced in 1928 by an import company called Mittledorfer Strauss of New York. Peasant Village pottery was made in several countries, including France, Italy, Czechoslovakia and even the U.S. and these old yellowware tureens or 'duck-on-nest' covered bowls where made in France or Italy.
The tureen is more commonly found as a hen- or a quail-on-nest, this duck version is a little bit harder to find, particularly in the larger size.
A similar piece is shown in Lisa McAllister's Yellow Ware Book III (page 89).
The best way to track one down is to set up a Search on eBay and wait for someone to list one. Then eBay will send you an email when they do.
Here's one I've done for you using the key-words:
"PV" "yellow" "duck" "tureen".
All you need to do is click on where it says: +Follow this search and you'll receive an email alert whenever a listing with these words in the title appears.
You can set up as many different searches as you wish. The secret is to not put too many keywords in any one time.
You could also add an additional search using the phrase "Pleasant Village" but you may not get as many hits, as so few sellers know what the PV stands for.
Etsy and Ruby Lane are also good sites to search.
When one does come up, expect to pay in the range of $125 - $175 for it as these are quite prized by collectors.
I do hope this is helpful!
Please let me know if I can be of further assistance with this, I would be glad to.