Beautiful pot de creme cup impressed Wedgwood mark in upper-case letters together with a painter's mark in yellow enamel, Staffordshire, Wedgwood factory, circa 1810 (writer's date estimated, not confirmed)
A very nice example of Chinese Export. The cup stands 3 3/8" inches to the top of the finial. As typical, there are no factory marks. The handle is the traditional twisted branch.
A glittery set of gold toned pots de creme by Apilco. Apilco makes a line of customizable restaurantware. This is a two ounce cup the same blank as the pots sold today.
The dimensions of this piece are 3 3/4" x 3 3/4". The finial on top is a crab and has the typical twisted twig handle. The pattern is blue and white chrysthanthemums. Chinese export pot de creme.
A small pot de creme cup with petite floral design. The cup is 2 3/4" tall by 2 3/4" wide. The cup is early Chinese Export made for the European trade.
Meissen Floral pot de creme cup with saucer with tiny raised pastel color flowers and green leaves. The lid is rounded with a tiny rose finial.
This is a pot de creme set decorated with blue corn flowers. In additional to the cups the set includes an interesting irregular shaped tray. The bottom of the lids also have an irregular shape.
A pot de creme cup identified by the owner as being from Johann Nepomuk Hermann Nast. He started production on Rue Popincourt in Paris in 1772 and was continued by his sons into the 19th century.
This pot de creme appears to be French or German but that is unknown. The owner did not indicate if there were any marks on the bottom of the cups. Pre 1900's. The cup has a slightly ribbed style with hand painted roses.
A beautiful pair of Sampson pot de creme cups with lids. The color is in shades of pink with a basket weave pattern on top and tiny floral design at the bottom.