Van Bergh Antique 4-Piece Porcelain-Lined Silver Plate Baking Dish, Vegetable Dish or Covered Vegetable Dish, circa 1910. From an estate collection, this four-piece baker from the early twentieth century is a truly stunning work of art. Van Bergh in 1892, was incorporated as Van Bergh Silver Plate Company Inc. In 1925, and merged with Oneida Community Ltd. This baking dish, " as its category that was used at the turn of that century, is today's "covered casserole.Having survived in beautiful condition for over a century, the baker's four pieces include a silver plated footed base, a navy blue porcelain-enameled insert with white interior, a silver plate ring to top the insert, and a silver plate cover. Some silver plating is worn from the paneled design of the dish and one chip of enamel is missing. Small scratches and tiny dents are normally seen in a piece of this age, an on close inspection, few scratches are visible on the silver plate base or cover. Some silver plate on both pieces have a few darker marks. It measures 6 1/2" high to its lid's finial, 3" high to the rim, and is 12 1/2 wide from handle to handle. Its diameter is 8" and the baking dish is 2" deep. The silver plate company was incorporated as Van Bergh Silver Plate Company Inc.