This is a Crown Staffordshire demitasse cup and saucer. Cup is 2 1/8" tall: saucer is 5" diameter.. They are both trimmed in gold.Both cup and saucer are marked on base. Register # is 622,733 and they are signed. On the rim of the cup it feels like there is tiny chip but I believe this was done during manufacturing. Thousands flower pattern.Made between 1905-1930.
Here's another pig pitcher. He is a slightly different color, more of a beige with a dark blue belt and yellow medallion. He has black feet and eyes. Also the top of the pitcher and the handle are green leaves. He measures 8" tall and 5" across the bottom. He does have a very tiny hole on the top of his head, barely noticeable. There is no mark on this little piggy.
Here's a very interesting looking pig. He is 8" tall and 5" across the bottom and holds 1 quart. He is pink with black feet and has a blue belt that has a medallion hanging from it. The top of the pitcher and the handle are green leaves. The surface of the pitcher seems to have a crackle finish to it. There are no cracks or chips on this fellow. It is marked Costa, Made in Italy with a pitcher logo. There is also a paper sticker which reads Williams-Sonoma, Grande Cuisine.