Gorgeous vintage lidded casserole dish by the Norwegian firm of Stavangerflint.
Stavangerflint was in operation from 1949 until 1979 in Stavanger, Norway. They produced tableware for the household and professional market, using production techniques based on a recipe developed by Josiah Wedgwood in England around 1750. They quickly developed a reputation for innovative design, practicality and durability.
The Flamingo Bambus range was designed by Inger Waage in 1955. The characteristic pattern of fish, onions and lemons is a classic example of Norwegian design from the 50s, and looks as good now as it did when it was first introduced. The range was manufactured from 1958 until 1967.
The casserole dish and lid are both in pristine condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. It measures 16cm across by 10cm high approximately.