Dresden has been producing pots de creme cups since the 1700's and still produce some very expensive sets today (starting prices over $1700). Every decoration on this Dresden Gold Stripe Pot de Creme Cup is masterfully hand painted
This is a delicately hand painted tiny floral pot de creme cup with matching saucer from the Helena Wolfsohn design studio in Dresden, Germany.
A Dresden floral pot de creme set with saucer.
This is an exquisitely hand painted petite floral pot de creme cup from the Dresden factory in Germany. Tiny dots of purple and green make up the stylized floral pattern. The rest of the decoration is all hand painted 20k gold.
A Meissen pot de creme cup with saucer in a lovely floral design with brightly colored flowers in shades of pink, yellow, purple and blue.
This is a Meissen pot de creme cup decorated in bright shades of blue, orange, and yellow flowers.
This pot de creme cup is an excellent example of the fine painting and high quality porcelain created by the Meissen factory.
A completely hand painted pot de creme cup. The mark is a beehive and appears to be produced by Royal Vienna. 18th Century
A set of 3 Meissen pot de creme cups decorated with delicate pink roses and rosebud finial and a bit of gold trim on cup lid rim and handle.
A pink floral pot de creme cup with finely painted pink rose finial. The cup is identified as coming from the Hochst factory in Germany, late 1700's. We've not been able to verify it that. The cup is 8.5cm tall. There is delicate gold trim on the base, handle and lid.