Two Limoges cups with cherubs painted on once side and a red/gold design on the other side. We have seen this same design used on sets that include 6 - 8 pot de creme cups and a matching tray.
This is a beautifully painted set with cups and matching tray. The design is quite detailed. We have not confirmed this set's origin but the same blank was made in sets for Andrea Sadek and produced in Japan
All white pot de creme cups (unpainted blanks). Set of 6. Each cup measures 3 1/2" tall to the top of the floral finial and 2 1/2" in diameter (not including the handle). Unmarked but appear to be French.
A very nice irregular shaped tray with matching cups with bold blue and gold braid trim. The follow description was written by the seller: "The patterns were done in the raised glaze technique, known as "broderie"
A very special shaped set with angled cups and matching tray. Text from the owner: "The cups and lids are decorated with "a la touche" floral garlands of red, green and blue incorporating yellow centered bluets and are banded in blue
Luneville French Faience Pots de Creme with the K&G backstamp. (Keller & Guerin) Each pot measures approx. 3" diameter x 3.5" tall to the top of the lid finial. The pots have 3 different floral patterns
French white with hand painted gold design. The tray is 10.75" wide by 7" high. Cups are 3.25" high by 4.25" wide (with handle). The pot de creme cups and tray are marked Chauvigny, France.
18th C. Chinese Export covered cup with beautiful decoration of flowers, fruit, and butterflies in shades or orange on a white background. The cup measures 3 3/4" high. Unmarked.
This pot de creme cup was made in the famous Herend factory in Hungary. Beautifully hand painted with an intricate bird scene as well as blue netting-style background along the top of the cups.
These simple little cups were discontinued in the 1980's. Pillivuyt is not making any new pots de creme cups at this time (10/01/01). The cups have a very pretty ornate handle.