This is a very attractive hand-painted floral pot de creme made for E. Bourgeois, Paris France. There is very pretty gold detailing around the top of the lid and along the top
This is a simple style pot de creme cup in the style that was made in the Tournai factory in Belgium. The decoration is rather thick dark blue pattern on an off-white porcelain cup.
A set of six Chinese Export pot de creme cups in the Famile Rose pattern with monogram. These cups do not have handles which is less common.
This is a pot de creme set on a matching stand made by the Minton factory in France circa 1880. The pattern is similar to the old Chinese Export.
This is an Art Deco style pot de creme cup manufactured by Theodore Limoges. The cup is all white with a bold yellow check border around the top rim of the cup.
A stunning set of Richard Ginori pot de creme cups with matching tray featuring elaborate hand painted gold trim. The blue floral pattern is reminiscent of the old flow-blue style
A set of 4 pot de creme cups with little hand painted flowers on the front and back. There is a dark purple/burgandy color band along the top of the cup.
A completely hand painted pot de creme cup. The mark is a beehive and appears to be produced by Royal Vienna. 18th Century
This is a phenomenal boxed pair of pot de creme cups with sterling silver lids and matching spoons made by Jacques Labouriad, Paris.
This is a pot de creme that dates back to the 18th century. The design is hand painted flowers in pinks, greens and blue. The final is a small red piece of fruit with a detached stem.