Offered is the sandwich grill in the Basketweave Wild Flowers pattern made by the Porcelier Manufacturing Company around 1938 in the U.S.A!! And you thought George Foreman invented the electric grill!!! For it's age, it is in remarkable condition. I found one very small flat chip on the side where the china meets the grill. I thought it was a dirt smudge and when trying to clean it discovered it was a chip. I cannot find anything else except some loss of the silver trim. The grills are very clean and if it weren't for the loss of silver I wouldn't have been sure it had been used. It comes with the original cloth cord that still has the paper circlet from the Underwriter's Laboratories on it. I plugged it in and it immediately started heating. A beautiful & rare piece. Please browse my catalog for many depression & elegant glass patterns.