This small open Caudle Cup is about 3-1/8" (8 cm) high, the "trembleuse" saucer is about 5" (12.5 cm). Both porcelain pieces are marked with Derby's hand painted crown and crossed batons in red which Godden dates 1800-1825.
The recessed saucer is in excellent condition, having no chips, no cracks, no crazing and no repairs. It rings when tapped.
The two-handled cup is a different story. One handle has been broken and re-stuck, and there are two side-by-side 1-1/2" long cracks in the bowl of the cup, plus another very short crack on the other side of the bowl near the lip.
Nevertheless, the set displays well and is exceedingly rare.