A quaint set of French pot de creme cups with matching tray. The pattern is stripes of blue and brown. The cups have two handles which are very common to twentieth century French pots de creme sets.
This is a pair of hand painted pots de creme cups from the Sevres factory in France and estimated to be from 1767.
A pale aqua color French pot de creme cup. The cup including the lid is 3 1/2" high. The finial, lid, and handle are trimmed in gold. Possibly Limoges.
A very traditional all white pot de creme set with 2-tiered tray and 10 pot de creme cups.
A Cordon Bleu B.I.A. France pot de creme cup with floral transfer design.
A beautiful cobalt blue pot de creme set dated 1857. The set includes 8 pot de creme cups without handles and lids with a matching single tiered stand. Each cup is glazed in cobalt glue with hand painted gold accent including gold finials. The cups measure 3 1/2" x 2 3/4" and the stand measures 10 3/8" diameter by 4 3/8" high.
A small hand painted faience pot de creme with a shield and crown on one side and a floral patter on the other other side. This is similar to Quimper but exact origin is not known.
A classic Dresden pot de creme cup displays hand painted petite multi-color floral pattern.
A very pretty set of decorated creamware pot de creme cups. The design is an assortment of flowers and each cup lid, handle and final have dark, almost black trim.
An 1800's Old Paris porcelain two-tier pot de crème set. The finials on each lid are little melons and the cups display foliage molded open handles.