A mint condition 6.5" (16cm) Royal Doulton cauldron-shaped 'Gilt Circle' pot by Ethel Beard. The pot is about 6" diameter and has three legs and three handles.
An 8" version of this pot (or three handled camp kettle as it is called) is illustrated on p179 of Desmond Eyles' 'The Doulton Lambeth Wares'. On the inside, the pot has the Royal Doulton Lambeth Mark and a series number 1904. Ethel Beard, who signed the pot with an incised monogram, worked at Doulton until the 1930s, but the pot is likely to date from about 1901 to 1914.