GDA Limogoes France lidded porcelain condensed milk holder with underplate. 6" tall by 6" wide. Handpainted with gold accents.
A pretty "copy of a copy". Mottahedeh made a similar set in the 1970's. This is a less expensive chinaware version but pretty. The tray has indentations for each cup. Each pot is 3.25" tall and 3" wide. The plate is 10.75" in diameter.Set is not marked.
Limoges, Chamart pots de creme set. Includes 6 cups and matching rectangular tray, white with gold trim. Two handled cups are squat with gold trim on handles and finial. Cups are 3" high, tray is 8 1/2" x 11 1/2"
French Limoges white two handled pot de creme cups with the Limoges mark on the bottom in green. This is an old and unusual style pot de creme cup from Limoges.
This pot de creme set with cups and tray were made for the Lord and Taylor department store. The set includes a set of of 4 pot de creme cups and matching rectangular tray.
The pot de creme cup is decorated with hand painted trailing flowers flanking a central gilt framed floral medallion below a band of gold laurel leaves on royal blue ground.
An Old Paris pot de creme cup with hand painted, blue and floral design. The cup has an Empire style finial. There is a centered scene of a bird, surrounded by gold.
A pair of Sampson pots de creme cups in a Chinoise pattern in shades of pale green and blue.
This pot de creme cup has a simple bachelor button floral motif with leaves. The cup is otherwise all white, very simple handle and tiny rounded finial. The cup is unmarked and the age is unknown.
Older white French porcelain pieces probably early 1900's - 1940's. French white pot de creme cups, referred to as white-ware were popular for many years in France. Later adaptations were made in the Apilco and Pillivuyt factories.