This pot de creme cup is an excellent example of the fine painting and high quality porcelain created by the Meissen factory.
This is a beautiful set of twelve bright blue Haviland Limoges pots de creme cups. It is becoming increasingly difficult to find sets this large.
This is a small set of pot de creme cups hand painted in a wild rose pattern, in reds and pinks, some small blue flowers and green leaves.
This is a pot de creme cup produced by Richard Ginori, Italy in the pattern Primavera (spring). The cup uses the Ginori older "squat" style cup.
A reader contributed the images of this striking yellow pot de creme set trimmed in black. The set includes six cups with lids.
This Porcelain de Paris Set of 6 pot de creme set features a burst of colorful flowers on all six of the cups and the matching tray.
This set of of four pot de creme cups with matching saucers were designed by the famous architect Gio Ponti and produced by the Richard Ginori factory in Italy.
This is another pretty pot de creme cup, hand painted by Delvaux porcelain in Paris, France. The yellow background color is vibrant with contrasting stylized green leaves and red-orange flowers.
A simple pair of pot de creme cups manufactured by Villeroy& Boch, made in Luxembourg
We are not 100% sure this is a pot de creme cup, only because at 4.5" tall and the narrow base it could have been made for another purpose. The cup was produced by the Longwy factory in France