This is a highly collectable vintage German porcelain teaset.
It is made of porcelain and stamped to the base of each piece: Friesland.
All the pieces are very aero-dynamic in shape and decorated with an abstract gold motif on each piece (as photographed).
The shape is, I think, called Tiffany - and the gold pattern is called Golden Dream (5412). The designer is Herwert Frie.
The set consists of the amazing teapot - which sits on a tripod stand (as shown) with little tealight below. There is a slick milk jug and sugar bowl - and as you might never find again - six matching cups and saucers - these are very fine and almost transluscent.
Dimensions: the teapot is 5 inches in height with a width of about 9 inches. The stand is 4 inches in height and five inches wide.
The sugar bowl is 2 inches in height and with a width of 3 1/2 inches - and the little milk jug is 2 1/2 inches in height and 4 1/2 inches wide.
There are six cups and saucers in this set - the saucers are just under 5 inches in diameter - and the cups have a diameter of 3 1/2 inches - and a height of about 1 3/4 inches.
A very fair price for this harder to source design classic.
Sadly, due to the fragility of this set - it would have to be limited to posting in the UK only.
I would also have to send in two parcels to ensure safety intransit - this pushess up your postage quote here.