This is a phenomenal boxed pair of pot de creme cups with sterling silver lids and matching spoons made by Jacques Labouriad, Paris.
This is a pot de creme that dates back to the 18th century. The design is hand painted flowers in pinks, greens and blue. The final is a small red piece of fruit with a detached stem.
A very pretty, old pot de creme cup from the Mennecy factory in France 18th century. The design is simple pink floral with bits of blue and a dark pink finial.
This is a fun French Faience pot de creme cup from the Sarreguemings factory. There is a large dragon fly on one side of the cup and a pretty simple floral design on the other side
A simple blue and off white pot de creme cup in the style of Napoleon III. The finial is a pine cone, the handle is simple.
A beautiful pot de creme set with six pot de creme cups and matching tray. The color is soft aqua with gold trim on a white background. The set is by CH Pillivuyt, dating back to the late 1800's.
A set of 3 Meissen pot de creme cups decorated with delicate pink roses and rosebud finial and a bit of gold trim on cup lid rim and handle.
A set of 5 Quimper pot de creme cups from Malicorne Tessier in a chinoise pattern. Finial decor is black stripe. Very attractive subtle pattern using blue, yellow, green and black.
Breton Man Faience Pot de Creme cup. This is typical French faience pottery with a floral design and a Breton man. The mark shows Veringue and dates back to 1903-1920. The cup is 4" high and 4" wide. 2 handles
A pink floral pot de creme cup with finely painted pink rose finial. The cup is identified as coming from the Hochst factory in Germany, late 1700's. We've not been able to verify it that. The cup is 8.5cm tall. There is delicate gold trim on the base, handle and lid.