This is a French Haviland & Co Limoges hard paste porcelain sugar and cream pitcher set, decorated in the Feu de Four process. The date is circa 1903.
The blank is Schleiger 19, which is blank number 3 with a lot of gold trim on the edges, handles and finials.
I believe the pattern is Flowers and Seeds, which shows a type of flowering poppy with leaves and stems. However this pattern is created with greens and browns, versus the more typical reds and browns.
You can view more Feu de Four in the book by Nora Travis, “Haviland China the Age of Elegance”, pages 40-41 and read about the kiln firing process. Production was limited, therefore scarcity today is quite high.
The sugar is 4” high and 7 ¼” from handle-to-handle. The creamer is 4” high and 5” from spout-to-handle.
There are no chips, nicks, cracks or crazing. The gold trim is not worn, and only has one small speck missing from the rim edge of the sugar bowl.
The green underglaze mark is Haviland France. The blue overglaze factory decorating mark is Haviland & Co Limoges "Feu de Four."
I have more Feu de Four in my shop, so please look for it.