This is a Cupid pattern Early American Pattern Glass footed bowl. It is 8 5/8" wide and 3 1/2" tall. The bowl has raised cherubs or cupids in various poses. They are cavorting, wrestling with each other. This bowl is featured on page 75 of the book Standard Encyclopedia of Pressed Glass Fifth Edition by Bill Edwards and Mike Carwile. This type of pressed glass is called crystallography or crystalloid. The bowl has a flat scalloped rim with raised dots on the underside of each scallop. There are no large chips or cracks, but there is some inner rim roughness with tiny nicks. The bowl is the same shape and size as one used for the Cupid's Hunt pattern, and this is sometimes called Cupid's Hunt although the scene does not show any hunting. This is similar to the Richards & Hartley Cupid & Venus pattern, but Richards & Hartley have evenly sized scallops on the rim. Riverside Glass used the alternating scallops on the rim like this bowl. I think it is a Riverside piece.