This creamer is quite large. Dimensions are stated on the photo. Incised marks in all Caps Wedgwood and England. Excellent condition too! No chips, cracks, repairs, etc. ca. late 1800s to about 1920. It features the "accidental" tricolor phenomenon. The lower piping is a pinkish color - a result of a flawed manufacturing process which adds considerably to the rareity and desireability of this olive or "bleeding green" color that was produced for only about 20 years because of Wedgwood's inability to control the bleeding of the green color into the white areas. I have other pieces listed. Notice the second photo is for comparison purposes only and shows a smaller sized creamer that is listed separately.