This is an antique creamer or small pitcher. It has transferware cherubs on both sides and flowers on the side opposite the handle. It also has gold accents in several spots.
The mark on the bottom is "Vigilant, Burford Bros. P. Co.". Burford operated in East Liverpool, OH from 1879-1904.
We see only one chip, on the bottom. It does have crazing consistent with age. There is a small mark on the inside lip (shown in picture). This may be a flaw in the transfer, we aren't sure. There are a couple of small cracks extended down from the lip. The handle is secure and shows no signs of being mended. It is in very good antique condition.
This is a pretty neat antique piece, with very few pieces of Burford found for sale on other sites.
It is about 3.75 inches high. At the top, it is 4.75 inches from front lip to the back of the handle. The base is 2.5 inches across. In the middle, it is about 4.875 inches from the front to the back of the handle.
weight - 10.5 ounces
You get 1 piece.