A vintage, 1930s, Bauhaus era studio pottery mocca / coffee service. The service consists of a pot, creamer, sugar, 6 demitasse cups & saucers. The form was directly influenced by the work of the Bauhaus and one can see a resemblance to the work of Otto Lindig.
The serving pot's form is especially interesting as it was originally developed for a teapot designed by Haussman for the Swiss National Exhibition in the 1930's. The piece's downwardly pointing spout allows for easier pouring and was eventually patented by Haussmann.
Fritz Haussmann was a German trained ceramicist who set up shop and family in Switzerland. His atelier was one of the largest and most successful from the late 20s to the 50s. The studio was famous for its simple shape with intricate, often experimental glazes.