19th century goblet imported from England and probably made at one of the Staffordshire Potteries.
It features a dark reddish brown color and it has a pink lustre band decorated with white flowers above a ribbed section and raised on a short stem. There is also a faint copper luster finish around the top and inside.
It looks like there has been some kind of chip repair made to the outer rim of the stem which is shown in the last picture. There is also some minor scratch marks inside from use which only shows when reflected by the light.
Over all this piece is in great shape for its age with no other cracks or chips.
Dimensions: diameter 3 3/8", height 4 1/2".