This eyecatching 19th century cream pitcher is blue transferware with gold decoration. It has an impressed stamp and an English diamond registration mark. The impressed stamp reads "Doulton's". English diamond registration marks were used 1842-1883. The diamond on this little pitcher is blurry making it hard to read. I am sure it is the 2nd version of the diamond which dates to between 1867 and 1883. I think the mark dates to May 12th 1881 but I can not read it well enough to be positive. The pitcher has a pewter lid which is a tiny bit loose on one side of the hinge. The body of the creamer is covered in an all over blue pattern of leaves and scroll work surrounding 3 large white flowers. The white flower on the front shows up best. The sides have much more gold decoration. The gold is a nice enhancement but does hide these flowers somewhat. This is a beautiful and unique looking piece. It is in good used condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. This 140 year old creamer is a great piece to use and or display.