This cup type is illustrated on Gandharan reliefs from Buner, see I. Kurita, Gandharan Art II, 2003, p. 186, fig. 535. This type was also found in Taxila, see J. Marshall, Taxila: An Illustrated Account of Archaeological Excavations, vol. III, 1951, pl. 183, no. 273. For a another example, see K. Tanabe, Gandharan Art from the Hirayama Collection, 2007, p. 237, fig. VI-63. fig. VI-63.
The Karoshti inscription on the present example reads anamtasena-putrasa dhraasenasa sa 10 1 1, which means "[Property] of Dhraasena, son of Anantasena, sadera 12."