This is a very attractive and stylish vintage 1960s porcelain coffee set.
It is made of porcelain and made by the Norwegian company, Porsgrund.
The shape is just so delicious - and with the minimalistic decoration consisting of bands of little grey rectangles - these resemble little grey grains of rice - and this is reflected in the name of the pattern: RISOTTO.
The was designed by Eystein Sandnes and the shape is called Jubileum.
The set consists of the following: a fine tea or coffee pot, four little cups and saucers and the stylish milk and sugar just.
The measurements of each piece are as follows: Saucer is 13.5 cm in diameter. The cups are 7 cn in height. The slender milk just is 9.3 cm in height. The lidded sugar bowl has a diameter of 8.5 cm and with a height to top of the knop of the lid is 7 cm. The coffee pot's main body section is 21 cm in height.
A fabulous design - and would look stunning on your mid-century teak coffee table.
All pieces are in good condition - except for a tiny scuff to the rim of the sugar bowl (as photographed for you in extreme close up).
Sadly, this lovely set would have to be restricted to posting to the UK only.