Old Paris pots de creme cups with fine blue stripes. Matching 6 3/4" saucers. Mongramed. This is another example of an Old Paris cup with a saucer, less common than trays or stands.
Royal Worcester “Astley” pots de crème cups with saucers. It is unusual to find the Royal Worcester sets with saucers. Each pot measures 2 3/8" in diameter X 3 1/4" tall including the cover and the saucers measure 5 1/4" in diameter.
Carl Thieme Potschappel - set of 4 porringers, also referred to as pots de creme.Carl Thieme Saxonian Porcelain Factory located in Potschappel, East Germany, near the end of the 19th century.
We are not sure the origin of these cups. They could be Chinese Export or European. Probably 1800's. Imari design. They are decorated in traditional blue and orange.
Chinese pot de creme or syllabub dates to the first quarter of the 19th century and comes from a larger service decorated to Chinese taste in a "Nine Dragons" motif.
Hand painted Pots de Crème is 4" tall and 4" wide to the outside of the handle. The lid has a strawberry finial. One side is decorated with a rose surrounded by a bouquet of small flowers. Matching saucer.
An all white set of 6 cups and an 11" pedestal tray. The finials are little blossoms. The cups measure 4" high. We are reasonably sure this is an "Old Paris" set in the Japonica style.
A hand painted pot de creme sign on the bottom, Limoges, France, painted for Mayhew by Edith Gabriel Jensen. The painting is expertly done with butterflies and a lady bug
Limoges set with blue and white design. The set has 8 cups and matching 12" tray. This is their highly used "blank" painted with a nice band of blue and white floral. Probably dates to 1960's or 1970's.
Beautifully colored Meissen pot with matching saucer. The saucer is 4" in diameter. The cup is 2" in diameter and 1 1/2" high. The cup with the lid is 2 1/2" high