Biscuit Porcelain is a fine bisque usually not for tableware due to the fineness and fragility of the piece which is hand painted in beautiful soft hues. This diminutive demitasse sugar basket and creamer are a scarce example, meant to be admired for their artistry than used everyday. Royal Worcester was the King of this art, the color and hue of their bisque pieces is unmistakable. The shape is the Royal Worcester melon shape.
\ This set is very early, only bearing the artist marks as pictured. The petite biscuit porcelain creamer measures 4" high and is pristine. The open sugar basket measures 5" high overall. It has a non structural old age line as pictured. We have adjusted the price of this scarce and lovely 19th century set accordingly.