This creamer in the "Earl of Dalhousie" pattern is a hard paste porcelain, likely made by Samson or other continental manufacturer ca. 1900.
It has a ribbed, tapered form with scalloped edge. The painting features a blue "beaded" circular panel with a windmill set in a landscape. There are also floral bouquets, alternating with butterflies or insects.
Since a service in this pattern was reputed to have been owned by the Earl of Dalhousie, it has become a part of Worcester collectors nomenclature.
Printed copy of pseudo-Chinese Worcester mark.
Probably French or Europe ca. 1900.
Size: Approximately high, widest.
Condition: Restoration/touchup to scalloped edge. No other chips, cracks or repairs
Note that I try to be conservative about condition descriptions, carefully noting any flaws. Of course, with antique items, there will be some signs of usage, and/or manufacturing defects. But overall, my customers have always been pleasantly surprised upon receiving their items, and of course, returns are no problem if I happen to miss anything.