This porcelain covered bowl with underplate was produced in England by George Jones in the 1870s. The underplate has a diameter of 6 1/2 inches, the bowl is 4 1/2 inches high and 7 inches long across the handles. The set is marked with an impressed Jones mark. The porcelain is very fine, white bone china. The underplate is contoured so that the well is raised up to meet the bottom of the bowl. The handles on the lid and sides of the bowl are made to imitate branches. They have gilded accents and the rims are also trimmed with gold. The best part of this set is the hand painting. All of the pieces are expertly hand painted with wild roses and branches. You will find a butterfly here and there. The roses tumble inside the bowl and down the sides. They look so sunny and fresh, like a summer day. This is a charming antique piece that will surely grace your table.