The bowl pictured here is my latest find this past Sunday at the Georgetown Flea Market. The pattern is Wedgwood Chinese Tigers. Originally produced by Wedgwood in 1815, it was resurrected by Wedgwood in the 1980s and was produced in green, red, and blue. It was part of their Williamsburg Collection. It was my wedding china and I have full service for 8 plus all of the serving pieces. Mine is in the green. It features scalloped pieces, gold trim, and the foo or fu dog motif. Pieces in blue and red are quite rare and highly sought after by collectors. The lovely bowl I found is in mint condition. I always set the table with my green Chinese Tigers for the Christmas holidays. I'm thrilled to have this red bowl, which I plan to use with my matching green one for a great display on the sideboard or mantel for Christmas decorating. The room set for tea with Chinese Tigers is in the home of Lord Wedgwood from the book At Home with Wedgwood: The Art of the Table by Tricia Foley. The pattern has been discontinued, but can be found on eBay and replacement china sources.