As far as I can tell this is a pretty rare one, Staffordshire, c. 1830s. The text reads "Playing with Pompey"; apparently Pompey was a popular dog name in the early 19th century, perhaps deriving from the famous dog of William the Silent, Prince of Orange, whose barking thwarted an assassination attempt! Pretty cute and bouncy little pup here, and I love the girl with her hoop and basket. Transfer decorated with hand painted color.
2 7/8” d x 3 3/4 handle x 2 5/8 t. Very good condition, no chips or cracks. There is staining to the inside of the cup and crazing on the underside.