Just for info and reference here is the full response I got from the Wedgwood Museum archivist. Your biscuit barrel is an example of bas- relief ware.
It's marked in the bottom with Wedgwood & Co Ltd, and then it looks like it says Englake, Viking. The Wedgwood & Co pottery, founded 1860 (became a "Limited Company" in 1900) by Enoch Wedgwood of Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Susanne====================================Reply by Peter (admin)To:- Pottery Mark Alert! Wedgwood - Old Milk Pot Query:-Hi Susanne Many thanks for your query, and welcome from wonderful Copenhagen! Yours is a great question because it flags up a difficult area for new collectors.He was a distant relation of the 'other' more famous side of the family.There are a teapot, casserole, platters, serving bowls, a sauce boat, creamer pitcher and covered sugar bowl.Maker’s marks to the underside read “Wedgwood Bone China, Made in England”.