An adorable set of six porcelain cream pots with matching presentation platter from the late nineteenth or early twentieth century. They have dainty blue flowers with green leaves and gilded stems. There are two angular handles on each pot and a small round handle on the lid accented with gilded paint.
Marked underneath is a green stamp with the initials "E.D." with an arrow separating the letters. Cream pots were originally a standard part of a dinner service and today would make a lovely presentation for chocolate pots de crème desserts to charm your guests. Note in photos how the tray and paint shows some wear to gilding.