A pot de creme from the Nymphenburg factory in Germany. The cup is white with tiny pink flowers and trimmed with little flourishes of gold.
Dresden pot de creme cup with heavy gold trim and traditional floral design with tiny floral garlands and gold bands. Additional gold trim on finial, handle and lid.
A pair of blue and white pot de creme cups by Meissen. Each cup is 3 1/4" high. Manufactured in Germany. These cups are in the style of the old blue and white Chinese Export.
Dresden porcelain hand painted pot de creme cup with moulded finial and gold trim. The cup measures 3.5 inches high x 2.5 inches in diameter .
The pot de creme cup is decorated with hand painted trailing flowers flanking a central gilt framed floral medallion below a band of gold laurel leaves on royal blue ground.
This is a pair of Dresden pot de creme cups made in Germany. Each has a very pretty yellow background with hand painted flowers and gold trim
A very formal cup whose use may have been more for hot chocolate than a pot de creme. Distinctions between the two are small at times. Made by Dresden in Germany.
Very bold and colorful cup and saucer from approximately 1850 from Berlin, German. The colors are bright shades of pink, orange and green. The finial is a fancy loop with gold trim.
Meissen Floral pot de creme cup with saucer with tiny raised pastel color flowers and green leaves. The lid is rounded with a tiny rose finial.
Purple Indian is a well-known Meissen pattern of bold pink stylized flowers. This pattern was used on every conceivable piece of porcelain tableware including these pot de creme cups.