Most if not all of the Fitz and Floyd ceramic pieces were made in Japan. While we don't have documentation of which factories were used we have seen several pot de creme sets made for Fitz and Floyd that were also available under other porcelain sellers names.
Fitz and Floyd has produced a variety of products including teapots, dinnerware, figurines, specialty Christmas themed products and colorful majolica-style wares.
Today the Fitz and Floyd design staff creates virtually all of the company's exclusive designs, including a variety of limited-edition teapots, figurines, waterglobes, annual Christmas ornaments, plates and bells for collectors.
One of our favorite of all the Fitz and Floyd products is a series of animal-themed teapots. Among the collection there were (click link to view pictures)
This teapot collection included a bunny rabbit, camel, duck, elephant, frog, pig, and snail. You can view all the teapots in this collection here.
In addition to the pots there were small tea cups and creamers as well as other companion pieces like co-ordinated salt and pepper shakers.
Fitz and Floyd produced the largest variety of pot de creme sets made in the U.S. throughout the 1970's and early 1980's. From simple solid whites to ornate Imari-style pieces their creations were in countless colors and patterns. You can visit our Pots de Creme virtual museum to view many of the pieces made by Fitz and Floyd.
Although the company no longer produces pot de creme cups you can purchase vintage pot de creme sets in our online store.
fitz and floyd porcelain mark, embossed, dated
fitz and floyd porcelain mark, embossed
fitz and floyd porcelain mark, printed under-glaze, dated
fitz and floyd porcelain mark, printed under-glaze, plus paper tag
Also in the 1970's Fitz and Floyd created some very good quality porcelain figurines and Staffordshire copies.