That's a challenge. Asiatic pheasants and flowers seemed to like getting together on china patterns, so quite a common combination.
It is probably (or should that be possibly) Asiatic Pheasants pattern, generally believed to have been introduced by Ralph Hall about 1835 and subsequently taken up by many, many potters until by 1880 it was more popular than Willow pattern. This can make dating difficult! A possible clue is that it was almost invariably printed in a pale blue later and printed in brown suggests an early date, don't know how that fits with where it was found.
Also it is rare to find AP on anything other than dinnerware, so a small bowl or even tea bowl also suggests an early date.
However, like most rules, it is the exceptions that prove them, so no guarantees.
There are examples of this pattern in the Database, but I can let you have the address of a website dedicated to this pattern if that would help.
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