It is benrose made in Italy
Answer on Does anyone know how much money my Capodimonte bowl with multi color roses is worth, It is made in Italy.?
Search on ebay for a similar type bowl for an approximate value. Look at the selling price. Unless the bowl is in absolutely perfect condition with no chips, and is a true antique (100+ years old) it's value probably isn't that great. A dealer would only give you a fraction of what they might be able to sell it for.
The "estate" value is the next lowest value (what you might want to buy it for). The bowl's "insurance" or "replacement" value would be much higher so you could purchase another one if yours was broken or stolen. And then the antique or second hand dealer would price it even higher to recoup his purchase cost plus overhead and make a profit.