Davis and Collamore was a Tiffany of its time. They imported the finest porcelain (as well as other products) from around the world. This pot de creme cup was part of a set with a very decorative tray in the same colors. The body of the cup displays a bright orange band with a contrasting black handle. The lid of the cup shares the bright orange band and has a black finial that matches the handle. It was clearly produced in the 1920's during the Art Deco period.
The cup including the lid stands a little over 3 1/2" tall and it the width including the handle is about 3 1/2" tall.
We have researched the mark but have not been able to track it down yet. The stamp on the bottom of the cup says "double gilding" with an overstamp of a smiley face, which is very unusual for the era in which it was produced.
Here is another example of a Davis Collamore Pot de Creme Set in burgundy and gold.