A French Faience pot de creme set with gold tray and fitted spaces for each pot. It is unusual to find a porcelain cup fitted with a metal tray.
All white set of 4 French pot de creme cups, bottoms marked FRANCE stamped in green and looks to have the number 7. The top has a leaf design; maybe oak with acorn on top. The cups are 2 1/4 inches high without the lid; 3 1/4 inches with the lid.
The pot de creme cups are of unknown origin. They measure 3" x 3", with handles and lids and hold about 4 ounces. Unmarked. The decoration is tiny pink Delft-like flowers
Charles Field Haviland Limoges pot de creme set. A wide gold band accented with an elegant black design covers the rims and edges of each piece. Rings of deep robin's egg blue are edged with a lovely lacy gold filigree.
This is a very pretty set of four (4) vintage KELLER and GUERIN ~ LUNEVILLE FRANCE pot de creme cups and matching lids. The cups feature a hand painted floral design with a pink/maroon flower on one side
Pots de creme made by Richard Ginori, Italy, for Bonwit Teller, set of 8. The pattern is a simple gold floral design on a white background. This set was sold with and without a tray
A very sweet Pot de Creme cup, marked "PV" on the bottom. It measures 3 3/4" tall and the design is similar to Quimper pices. Bold, colorful hand-painted design.
Purple Indian is a well-known Meissen pattern of bold pink stylized flowers. This pattern was used on every conceivable piece of porcelain tableware including these pot de creme cups.
The tray has a wavy edge and measures 11 1/4 x 8 3/4 inches. The cups stand about 2 3/4 inches with the lids on and almost 2 inches without the lids on. Est. circa 1890 to 1910.
We are unsure of the factory but no doubt German. The cup is 2.8" high. Greek key style handle. The finial is a little blue ribbon. The body of the cup has a floral design. The cup lid is very rounded which is uncommon.