This a 3.5" square wedgewood jasperware trinketbox. There are no chips or cracks . This was part of a family member's estate. I am unsure of it's age, but may have been purchased in the 1940's-1950's . According to research on these Jasperware Wedgewood pieces, the markings on the bottom can give you a clue about age. If the markings on the bottom say “wedgewood” and “made in England” with the words being separated, this indicates that the dishes were made between the years 1908 & 1969. If the typeface was “sans-serif”, it was made after 1929. (You can see more about this by looking up on Wikipedia).Picture number 4 shows the markings on the bottom of this dish which most likely dates it after 1929 . Please feel free to contact me with any questions. I am also open for anyone to educate me more by sending comments about the listing!