A pot de creme cup from the Boisette factory in France.
A very pretty set of six Old Paris pot de creme cups decorated with green and pink and heavy gold trim. Each cup is about 3 3/4" high and 3 1/2" wide. It was probably made in the late 1800's to early 1900's.
A hand painted floral pot de creme set with matching pedestal stand. The set includes 8 cups and lids with tray. This fabulous set is in very good condition except for some gold loss typical for the age.
A set of seven pot de creme cups with matching single tier stand from the Manufacture of the Duke of Angouleme. The design is tiny blue corn flowers on a white background.
A very pretty set of Royal Worcester pot de creme cups in a bright gold finish. Each cup is 3 1/4" high by 3 1/4". Both pots and lids are bright gold. This is an oven-to-tableware and would have been sold originally presented in a dark blue box, set of six.
Six pot de creme cups and tray by Robj, Paris. These pieces were made in 1930's. Robj was a porcelain designer in the Art Deco period.
Pot de creme with magenta on pure white ground with gold trim. Crossed twig type finial with two leaves at each end. Gilding circles on top and base There is no mark.
An Old Paris floral pot de creme cup in shades of peach, pinks and green. Gold trim on lid, handle and finial. Shows gold wear common to many Old Paris pieces.
A very unique pot de creme cup with applied blue flowers and a painted scene with a Duck. The finial is a baby chick emerging from a broken egg. This cup was made by the Meissen factory in Germany.
This wonderful old pot de creme cup was made by Mason's Patent Ironstone, in the " Blue Pheasents " pattern is in excellent condition.