Older white French porcelain pieces probably early 1900's - 1940's. French white pot de creme cups, referred to as white-ware were popular for many years in France. Later adaptations were made in the Apilco and Pillivuyt factories.
This is a very pretty, simple all white Empire style pot de creme cup with a small ball finial.
Although damaged you can still see this pot de creme cup has a pretty design of trailing green leaves and tiny blue flowers. The final is a tiny little nib, a stylized fruit or nut.
French white pots with vertical lines in the porcelain. Transfer decoration with green and orange-red designs. These cups are part of a collection of cups manufactured by the Louis Lourioux factory in France.
French pot de creme, signed "DELPAUX 18 rue Royale Paris" The cups have two handles and the finial is a nice pink rose bud. The cup pattern is black crisscross lines.
Exquisite set with painted lavender and blue flowers along the base and heavy gold trim on cups, lids, handles. It is unusual to find a large undamaged set of 10.
A white ironstone pot de creme set. The eight cups have pedestals and very decorative handles. The server is a two tiered tray. This is a classic Old Paris white pot de creme set.
These pot de creme cups have a hand painted floral design. The lids have a delicate rose bud finial with additional flowers circling it. The rims, base, and handle are edged with gold.
Single pot de creme cup with a traditional blue and white pattern. The finial is a little strawberry and the handle is like a crisscrossed branch. Another nice example of old Chinese Export.
Very bold and colorful cup and saucer from approximately 1850 from Berlin, German. The colors are bright shades of pink, orange and green. The finial is a fancy loop with gold trim.