Apilco blank pot de creme cups with blue floral pattern. Marked is the Eiffel tower. Set of 6
This pot de creme cup is estimated to be from the late 1700's. The cup has an intricate pattern, a vine-shapped handle and a fruit finial. The cup is from Sceaux Penthievre Seine, France
A very formal cup whose use may have been more for hot chocolate than a pot de creme. Distinctions between the two are small at times. Made by Dresden in Germany.
This is a pair of Dresden pot de creme cups made in Germany. Each has a very pretty yellow background with hand painted flowers and gold trim
This is an older Mottahedeh set from the early 1960's. with very nice twisted handles with embossed leaves where the finials connect to the cup. The lid and cup have embossed lines, and simple round finials
Simple white pot de creme cups with gold band design and Empire style gold tipped finials.The set is unmarked. This is and Old Paris set on a white, single tier stand with gold trim.
This is one of our favorite sets we've seen. A Limoges set painted in the Dresden style with beautiful detail. The pattern is hand painted, detailed flowers in shades of pinks and blues.
This is an unusual looking pot de creme set painted in the Art Deco period. The set consists of 6 cups with lids and a matching rectangular shaped tray. The design is simple crossed lines of a moss green color.
French faience set of six "Pots de Creme" and tray. Hand painted and stenciled monochrome blue and white decor in the typical of old GIEN.
Beautiful pot de creme cup impressed Wedgwood mark in upper-case letters together with a painter's mark in yellow enamel, Staffordshire, Wedgwood factory, circa 1810 (writer's date estimated, not confirmed)