This is a pot de creme cup produced by Richard Ginori, Italy in the pattern Primavera (spring). The cup uses the Ginori older "squat" style cup.
This set of of four pot de creme cups with matching saucers were designed by the famous architect Gio Ponti and produced by the Richard Ginori factory in Italy.
A stunning set of Richard Ginori pot de creme cups with matching tray featuring elaborate hand painted gold trim. The blue floral pattern is reminiscent of the old flow-blue style
A very pretty set of decorated creamware pot de creme cups. The design is an assortment of flowers and each cup lid, handle and final have dark, almost black trim.
Mottahedeh pot de creme in the pont aux choux style with floral transfers in red and green. This set would have been produced in the 1960's and made in Italy.
Mottahedeh pot de creme in the pont aux choux style with blue floral transfers. This pattern was sold in the 1960's. The material is creamware and probably produced in Italy.
While we are not convinced this is actually a pot de creme set we found it quite unique. The set includes 6 pots with lids, each a different fruit. The set is simple yet shows great detail.
A brightly colored floral pots de ceme by Richard Ginori, Italy. This is the short, squat style cups which were probably produced in the 1960's to 1970's.
This is a hand painted floral pot de creme cup with gold trim manufactured in Italy by Richard Ginori. The pattern is not a common one and may have been a custom set.
Richard Ginori, of Italy. The pattern is Rapallo (ribbons). This pattern is still made today by Ginori in a pot de creme cup but the style of the cup is different. Shades of pink with yellow.