A pearlware blue and white pot de creme cup dated about 1790. These cups were sold as custard cups during this time. Pearlware was developed by Josiah Wedgwood around 1778. The artichoke shape came from earlier cups produced by the Saint Cloud Factory in the early 1700's.
This is a set of four pot de creme cups produced by Wedgwood in classic green Jasperware.
This decorative pot de creme cup and saucer was manufactured by the Spode T Goode & Co factory in England. The design is colorful Chinoise style featuring large birds on a white background. The saucer is 5 3/4 diameter and the cup is 4 1/4 x 4 1/4 including the lid and handle.
A beautifully hand painted Royal Worcester pot de creme cup. The background is a soft green decorated with cobalt blue, yellow, turquoise, pink and green stylized flowers
A very pretty set of Royal Worcester pot de creme cups in a bright gold finish. Each cup is 3 1/4" high by 3 1/4". Both pots and lids are bright gold. This is an oven-to-tableware and would have been sold originally presented in a dark blue box, set of six.
This wonderful old pot de creme cup was made by Mason's Patent Ironstone, in the " Blue Pheasents " pattern is in excellent condition.
Thought to be an "older" piece of transferware. There is an embossed mark on the bottom of the cup. The pot de creme design in is brown tones on a white background.
A simple blue and white pot de creme made in Sweden by Rorstrand. The cup measures 3 1/2" tall with lid by 3 1/2" wide including handle.
Hand painted floral pot de creme cup, large blossoms and lattice work gold trim on lid and handle and finial. The cup was manufactured by Derby in England.
Wedgwood acanthus, floral pots de creme set with matching tray. The cups have two small handles which was very popular in Europe. The finial is a little strawberry.