The sugar is not marked. The creamer has only a number 1207. However, the six-sided shape and style are consistent with bluebird china made by the American Limoges China company in the early 1900's. The lid of the sugar has one bluebird. Each side of the the sugar and the creamer has a single blue bird with pink floral branches. Kenna & Bob Rosen in their book "Bluebird China" state that "most china by this company was given away as premiums. However, the creamers and sugar bowls are interesting for their designs and worthy of the price." Both pieces are crazed. The sugar has a spider hairline in the base. There are no chips or cracks. The sugar measures 6" from end of handle to handle. It is 4 1/2" tall. The creamer is 5" from spout to handle and 3 1/2" tall.
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