This is a small, Wedgwood pin box in blue jasperware stoneware. The white relief designs feature angels and cherubs. It was produced in the late 1960s.
Jasperware was invented by Josiah Wedgwood, gets its color from ground jasper mineral in the clay and has a matte finish because it is unglazed (no clear top coat).
Size: ~3 3/4" at widest star points by 1 3/8" tall
Condition issues: Minor scratches on bottom.
This is a cute little trinket box in a classic jasperware color.