This lovely little creamer and open sugar bowl is made of the finest European porcelain and was probably made in Germany. The pieces are unmarked which dates them prior to the McKinley Tariff Act of 1890.
Very thin walls with fluting around the bottoms and floral swirl embossing around the top edge. The pink glaze fades to white about half way down and a gold transfer was applied to the bodies and the top edge is gilded to match. Very fancy handle on the creamer and we can only imagine how lovely the tea pot was.
In nice condition with small black firing marks inside of both and one on the outside of the sugar. Also a small chip on the edge of the creamer.
They are both oval in shape and the sugar bowl measures about 2 3/4" by 2" by 1 3/4" tall. The creamer is a similar size. Shown in the last picture with a set that is a typical full size for comparison.