This is a reproduction of rare and expensive Chinese porcelain wine cups found in the c. 1610 James Fort cellar. Gentlemen probably used the cups to drink strong alcoholic beverages. The hand painted decoration is called flame-frieze and was used on wine cups from c.1600-1640.
This reproduction stands approximately 2 ¼” tall, and is 2 ¾” in diameter at its widest point.
This item is for decorative purposes only. Not intended for food use.