3 1/2" diameter. Large size indicative of an affluent owner as tea was very valuable at the time. The bowl, perfectly formed and fired. The decoration of six floral splays, each with gold embellishment on black foliage. Gold rim. A few pin head size stains, otherwise, perfect, as new. Lowestoft production rivaled Worcester and other producers in the English market which competed with the Chinese. All Lowestoft porcelain is C.1756-1801 when production ended.