This attractive goblet has 2 vignettes of a mother and child after Adam Buck. This style of pottery with the beaded rim, the canary yellow ground, and the popularity of the prints of Adam Buck date this piece c. 1810.
It is in excellent condition, and rings like a bell when tapped. There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs.
It is 4-5/8" high, with a top diameter of 3-1/8". It was likely made at one of the Staffordshire potteries.
A similar goblet dated 1810 is shown on page 164 of "A Collector's History of English Pottery" by Griselda Lewis.
Note: Americans sometimes spell this ware Copper Luster.
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