Limoges burgandy and gold pot de creme set made for Davis Collamore, New York city. Very detailed hand painted gold trim. The ends of the tray have beautifully designed cut-out handles
A 19th century Dresden Helena Wolfson two handled pot de creme cup and lid complete with the original tembleuse saucer stand.
This is an all white Robj pot de creme cups from the Art Deco period in France. The set includes 3 cups with lids.
Herend pot de creme cups in the Queen Victoria pattern. This pattern is still made today in Hungary. The cups display brightly colored butterflies, flowers and bugs.
18th century antique Chinese Export Blue and White Porcelain Pot de Creme, superbly painted in a deep blue with flowers, jardinieres, butterflies and a distanced fishing boat
A Sampson pot de creme cup with bands of green and a floral design. This is a classic design from the French Sampson factory.
Set includes 6 covered pots de creme with tray by Louis Lourioux, France. Each 2 handled covered pot has a gold finial and stands 3 3/8" high. The tray is 8 1/8" in diameter.
This Louis Lourioux Pots de Creme set has double handled lidded pots which measure 3 inches tall to the top of the lid. The pots have a ribbed effect. Made in France.
Vista Allegre porcelain is manufactured in Portugal. A classic set of white pot de creme cups with gold trim and matching rectangular tray. Probably manufactured in the 1970's.
A pair of blue and white pot de creme cups by Meissen. Each cup is 3 1/4" high. Manufactured in Germany. These cups are in the style of the old blue and white Chinese Export.