A stunning Limoges pot de creme set, hand painted in black, yellow and bright pink and blue flowers. The set includes a matching tray: 23.5cm x 17cm. The cups are 8.5cm tall
Desvres floral French pot de creme cup with lid. Gabriel Fourmaintraux. Stylyized flowers in bold blue, yellow and green with a pink finial.
A striking French stripe pot de creme cup with bright red, green, and yellow stripes on a white background. The finial is bright yellow and the cup has a scene in red which is a house with trees. Made in France.
An older Pillivuyt pot de creme cup with stylized asters and gold trim. The rim has an unusual irregular shape.
A vibrant yellow and blue pot de creme by Alfred Renoleau. Note the popular use of indentations for the double handles. The bold motif is typical for Renoleau porcelain pieces.
A pot de Creme cup manufactured by Baylon À Carouge En Suisse. This cup is decorated in shades of grey and black. The estimated manufacturer date is 1820.
Bright floral Limoges design with delicate feathered gold trim. This was sold as a single cup. It was most likely produced in mid 1900's. Made in France.
Another example of the many variations of the Old Paris classic white and gold pot de creme cups. Notice the extra little detail on the finial as well as the ornate little handles.
This is a set of hand painted pots de creme in shades of pink and grey. They were painted in the Dresden style. The tray has a unique angular shape.
Limoges floral pot de creme cups made for Alfred Orlik in New York City in the mid 1900's probably 1950 to 1960.