The hallmarks show for James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield, c.1855-91 though from the classicist revival style of the ceramic liner it is likely to be dating to 1860-70. Dixons were known for designing and making exclusive products. These were used for Sheffield Dignitaries, Royalty, famous people, and wealthy people who wanted something unusual and valuable.
The beautifully puce pink liner is probably Stoke made and the transferred decoration is in the Pratt style of the bear grease and toothpaste boxes.
With the classical decoration and colour very much on trend this is a really attractive piece.