This gorgeous tea set is a puzzlement. It is composed of a large teapot, a covered sucrier, and a cream jug, all hand painted in bright red- orange and with much gilding. The dolphin mask-handled sucrier was definitely made by Thomas Rose, Coalport, c 1805-1810. (See page 83 of Messenger's "Coalport", where the John Rose sucrier is compared to the sucrier of his brother Thomas' of Anstice, Horton & Rose.) The teapot, however, matches the example shown in Plate 842, page 141 of Berthoud's Directory of Teapots. It also has the 9-hole lozenge strainer mentioned there. That teapot is is identified as "Pattern Book Factory". All 3 pieces were obviously decorated by the same hand.
All 3 pieces (and lids) are in excellent condition. All ring when tapped. There are no chips, no cracks, and no repairs. There is a little wear to the gilding on the creamer. None of the pieces are marked in any way.
The set will be shipped to you in 2 separate boxes.