This is a very pretty bath or commode set with a floral pattern of rose, pink and white, and trimmed in a beautiful green color. The mark on the bottoms of four of the pieces is "C.P. Co. - Marquette". This mark could be for either Canonsburg Pottery or Continental Pottery which were both owned by the George family. The three piece soap dish is marked with the East Palestine Pottery logo with "Revere" beneath it. The W.S. George Pottery Company was the successor to the East Palestine Pottery Company. They were in business for more than fifty years. While they produced only around thirty different shapes, those shapes were decorated with hundreds of patterns. Marquette is one of the shapes produced by them, and was shown to be produced for "Toilet Ware". The marks were shown to be used prior to 1910. The five pieces in this set are: 1.) A large pitcher (12 1/4" tall and about 10 3/4" from spout to handle). It is in beautiful condition with no issues that I could find. The finish is still shiny and bright and the colors are vivid. 2.) A toothbrush holder (4 3/4" tall). It is also in very good condition. 3.) A shaving mug (3 3/4" tall and 4 5/8" including the handle). It has a chip on the top edge that I have pictured. 4.) A three piece soap dish (about 4" tall with the lid and a 5" opening). There is a round piece that fits inside the bottom. There is a chip on the underside edge of the lid that does not show with lid on. 5.) A large handled commode bowl with lid (About 8 1/4" tall with the lid and 10 3/4" across including the handle). There is a very small chip on the top rim that may only be a glaze miss. It is a very shallow blemish. The underside of the lid has a chip that I have pictured, and it does not show with the lid on. The finish and colors on all of the pieces are very, very nice. It is truly a great set especially for the age. Please email me with any questions.