This is a Meissen pot de creme cup decorated in bright shades of blue, orange, and yellow flowers. The finial is a raised yellow rose bud with an attached stem and leaf outlined in green.
The Meissen factory started in 1710 and still continues to produce fine porcelain today. Meissen produced the most memerable what they referred to as custard cups from 1745 to 1750. The custard cups or pots de creme were manufactured well into the 19th and early 20th centuries. A few historical pieces on the Meissen site are referred to as chocolate cups.