I picked this piece up yesterday from a preserve jar collector. I knew the style looked familiar from somewhere - and classic - very, very classic.
I looked up the style, and the piece which best matches the shape is the Imperial Porcelain U-935. However, this piece is Canadian Porcelain. I'd imagine it has it's own U-#, in the 1000s range, as it's considered foreign. Regardless, the piece is sim-U-935, with the dimensions being 6 1/2" by 4 1/2". It is marked CP for Canadian Porcelain, and is probably now among my favourite porcelain pieces! Anyone know anything about it? This company continues to impress me! I had no idea they made this many styles!
I've been informed this is actually a U-746 "redlands" style piece! It's not listed as coming with the CP marking, apparently, but is sometimes attributed to Canadian manufacture when marked with a "K" under the skirt! Thanks, Robin!