A very unique and lovely set of Haviland pots de creme cups. The intricately detailed cups and tray are marked H & C°, L France, or Haviland France in a green. This set was sold in Paris, 17, rue Auber, near the Opera in the H&C° gallery.
Thought to be an "older" piece of transferware. There is an embossed mark on the bottom of the cup. The pot de creme design in is brown tones on a white background.
Classic Blue Canton, Chinese Export. It's difficult from the photograph to tell if these are authentic old Chinese export or later copies. It's not common to find a matched set all in excellent condition.
A very pretty and perhaps quite old set of blue and white. It may be Chinese Export but this was not confirmed. Each cup stands 3 inches to the top of the finial. Blue transfer printed decoration.
An attractive white, utilitarian pot de creme set made by Apilco, France. The set includes 6 simple white cups and a matching rectangular tray. Oven safe whiteware.
A porcelain pot de creme set made in Japan for Andrea Sadek. Nice generous sized pots with domed lids. Lids, tray and finals with gold trim. Set of 6 cups with matching tray.
French mid 19th century covered pots de creme. It is not marked. Floral design with gold rim around the cup base, top, and lid rim.
Porcelain pot de creme produced by Pouyat Limoges in the 1890s. It is 3 1/8 inches high including the lid. The cup is decorated with a hand colored factory transfer.
A simple blue and white pot de creme made in Sweden by Rorstrand. The cup measures 3 1/2" tall with lid by 3 1/2" wide including handle.
An Old Paris pot de creme cup, white cup with striking blue trim, tiny floral pattern; tall finial. 4 1/2" high. This cup dates back to the late 19th century.