Here is an antique English Staffordshire transferware bowl from c. 1830. Although there is no mark on the back, the bowl is by Adams and the pattern is unofficially known as "Temple Warriors". Adams never actually gave a name to the pattern. This particular pattern is discussed on page 674 of Staffordshire II by Williams and Weber, where it is correctly attributed to William Adams and Sons. The red color is particularly strong in this bowl. Note the variation in shades of red and the fine detail of the design.The diameter is 10.5 inches and the height is 1.5 inches above the table. This antique English bowl is in pristine condition. See my other listing for a plate in this pattern. The pattern in this bowl features the temple on the opposite side to the the temple on the plate; the two warriors are standing on the bowl, whereas one is standing and the other sitting on the plate.