Nice looking studio pottery stoneware handled creamer and sugar by Byron Temple. Heavily speckled stoneware with purple blue striping around the middle, and unglazed red clay near bottom. Handled creamer with pour spout could also work as a gravy. Would look great displayed with other mid century stoneware objects and dinnerware. Marked near the bottom side with Temple's BT conjoined mark.
In good vintage condition, with no cracks or chips - the bottom of the creamer has large flake off the side, however it appears to be filled w/ the blue-purple glaze and likely is from manufacturing. Slightly visible from the side, but not that bad. One or two pops to the side of the open sugar.
Creamer measures about 4 1/4" tall, 5" wide including handle, 2 1/2" wide opening at top. Sugar measures about 2 1/2" tall, 3" wide.