Two Limoges cups with cherubs painted on once side and a red/gold design on the other side. We have seen this same design used on sets that include 6 - 8 pot de creme cups and a matching tray.
A very nice irregular shaped tray with matching cups with bold blue and gold braid trim. The follow description was written by the seller: "The patterns were done in the raised glaze technique, known as "broderie"
A very sweet Pot de Creme cup, marked "PV" on the bottom. It measures 3 3/4" tall and the design is similar to Quimper pices. Bold, colorful hand-painted design.
The tray has a wavy edge and measures 11 1/4 x 8 3/4 inches. The cups stand about 2 3/4 inches with the lids on and almost 2 inches without the lids on. Est. circa 1890 to 1910.
These simple little cups were discontinued in the 1980's. Pillivuyt is not making any new pots de creme cups at this time (10/01/01). The cups have a very pretty ornate handle.
Exquisite tray and 9 pot de creme cups with gold trim. The set was made in France. Complete sets with tray are very desirable but hard to find.
A very special pot de creme set estimated to be from the 1930's by HB. "The tray features a Breton couple; the pots have Bretons on three of them and Bretonnes on the other three (each figure is painted in different colors).
Very pretty Old Paris Pot de crème in white with thin bands of wine, lime green and gold around the pot and the lid. The finial on the lid resembles a bud about to open.
An Old Paris, white pot de creme cup. Little is known about this cup other than there is a number "8" stamped on the bottom. These are classic white cups that would have been typically displayed on a tiered tray.
A Limoges set of 7 pot de creme cups and lids with matching 12" tray. Cups, lid finials and tray have gold trim. Marked, Limoges. Made in France. The pattern is a rust and gold floral pattern.