A simple pair of pot de creme cups manufactured by Villeroy& Boch, made in Luxembourg
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.
A set of 8 pot de creme cups with lid in a Chinoise pattern in soft reds, blues, green and gold. There is gold detailing on the lids, handles and finial. The cups were manufactured by the Vista Allegre factory in Portugal specially for Tiffany.
A striking pot de creme cup in a brilliant orange color with gold trim. The cup measures 3.5h x 3.5w" including handle and finial.
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.
A blue and white floral design pot de creme with pink rose finial with raised green leaves. The trim is bright rather than matte finish. The design has a pretty hand painted blue border.
Decorated in an Oriental pattern of bright yellow with an apple finial. Large purple flowers and stripes on the handle. Measures 3" x 3". A copy of the mark is not shown but the cup appears to be from the Sampson factory.
All white pots de creme set in a basket weave pattern from Tiffany. This set was sold in the original box. The set includes matching saucers.
Identified by seller as a pot de creme cup from from Vienna, unconfirmed. Dimensions approximately 9cms (3 1/2 inches) in total height x 7cms (2 3/4 inches cup rim diameter. Beautiful detailing on the handle where it attaches to the cup.
The saucer is petal shaped and is 5" in diameter. The matching covered cup is 3 1/2" tall including the lid and is about 10 3/4" around, not including the handle which adds 1". There are markings on the bottom of both the cup and the saucer which look like they are Japanese. The marks are blue artist's markings with a small red square.