A name. Its pronunciation is dependent on where the artist comes from, so I won't give one here.
Carved at 香江 (location) on July 1964 by 秉昌 (another name)
Not sure about the last character「江」.
All of these proper nouns (names, locations) refer to multiple places/people in the East Asian cultural region, so only you (who knows the context) would be able to fully get the background information of the object.
Thanks @TangHo and @水巷孑蠻 who mentioned that 香江 is a poetic name for Hong Kong and that 秉昌 is the first name of a famous seal carver (陳秉昌) from Hong Kong.
In that case, 范霞 is probably a Chinese name, and is the customer who requested their seal carved by 陳秉昌.
Still no translation, but I'll provide Cantonese and Mandarin Romanisations for 范霞:
- Cantonese: Faan6 Haa4
- Mandarin: Fàn Xiá