This Booth's Silicon China Pot de Creme cup was produced in the Booth's factory in England. The cup measures 3 1/2" to top of lid finial. This is the Orchard Pattern. These pot de creme cups were marketed by T. Goode & Co. London.
A brightly hand painted pot de creme cup from the Samson factory decorated with a pink and green design. Cup dimensions are 3 1/2" x 3 1/2" including lid and handle. The cup dates back to the late 1800's. See image mark.
Beautiful pot de creme cup impressed Wedgwood mark in upper-case letters together with a painter's mark in yellow enamel, Staffordshire, Wedgwood factory, circa 1810 (writer's date estimated, not confirmed)
A beautiful pair of Samson pot de creme cups with lids. The color is in shades of pink with a basket weave pattern on top and tiny floral design at the bottom.
This is a Royal Copenhagen pot de creme cup with a white fluted exterior and a blue delicate stem and floral motif. The pot de creme is 3-1/2" high.
Royal Worcester “Astley” pots de crème cups with saucers. It is unusual to find the Royal Worcester sets with saucers. Each pot measures 2 3/8" in diameter X 3 1/4" tall including the cover and the saucers measure 5 1/4" in diameter.
This is a gorgeous pair of Flora Danica pot de creme cups with lids and saucers made by Royal Copenhagen Denmark. These stunning and wonderful pieces are depicting the botanical plants
A lovely flow blue Staffordshire pot de creme cup in the Nankin pattern by R. Stevenson. The set includes the cup, matching lid and matching saucer. Staffordshire porcelain is famous and dates back to the 1700's. This cup was made prior to 1836.
A Royal Copenhagen Frisenborg pot de creme cup. The floral pattern is in shades of green/brown and rust/coral. It has a basket weave and swirl raised design in porcelain with hand painted gold trim.
A pot de creme set manufactured by Coalport made in England. The pattern is called "pageant" and includes an 8 1/2" x 10" tray with 6 matching cups. (4 fit on the tray). Cups are 3 oz capacity.