The following description was prepared by William Gross:
Souvenirs were produced for the Jewish visitors to the bath resorts in the Czech Republic. The most famous and most frequented of these was Karlsbad. Souvenirs known from this place are oyster plates that have been converted into Passover dishes and folding pocket knives with the Hebrew words "Shabbat Kodesh" engraved into the bone in the handle. This example is a larger plate, somewhat deep in its form, that has been decorated with the Passover preparations. Some of the Hebrew letters are badly formed, so it is likely that they were being copied from a printed text by a non-Jewish worker in the ceramic factory. The decoration is done with gold letters in a form of lusterware.