This is a French Haviland & Co Limoges chocolate set with one pot and two cups and saucers. The date is circa 1893 to 1930.
The pot is 8 ¼" high to the top of the finial and 6 ¾" wide from spout-to-handle. The cups are 2" by 2 ¼". The saucers are 4 ½".
The blank is Schleiger 204 with gold trim 650. The saucer is scalloped with raised designs on every other scallop. A chocolate pot with this blank and gold trim is featured in the book by Nora Travis, "Evolution of Haviland China Design", page 180, Figure 560.
I could not identify the pattern with a Schleiger number. The pattern is quite beautiful. There are pink and white flowers with yellow centers, long grassy green leaves touched with pink or yellow, and small blue flowers. To get a really good look at the pattern, view the close up photo of the saucer. The dominant pattern goes up one side of the saucer, mostly covering the one side, and the pieces of the pattern are on the right side, including the small blue flowers. The dominant pattern is on the front of the pot and the front of the cups.
The porcelain is thin and delicate. The cups are quite dainty.
There are no chips, cracks or crazing, and there is minimal wear to the gold trim.
The green underglaze mark is Haviland France. The red overglaze decorating mark is Haviland & Co Limoges, on the bottoms of the cups and saucers, and on the underside of the pot's lid.