Over 200 years old and showing some age with repaired handles and lid/rims as shown. These are authentic late 18c Imperial Vienna porcelain and were probably part of a tea or vanity set. They measures about 5 5/8" tall, 4 5/8" tall, and 3 3/8" diameter for the box. All are completely hand painted as shown. The lid to the tall pitcher is re-glued, the spout and lid to the smaller is chipped and both have incompletely repaired handles. The smaller sugar box has a few chips to the rims. Rare and early...although as is....I bet none of your neighbors has any. Good early candidates for proper repair....my bet is these came from nobility or royal related home. I have reduced the price on these by half....no kidding......I think these are still proper shelf pieces....,..