Set of 6 c.1907 J. Pouyat, Limoges, France bouillon (bouillion) or double-handled cups with saucers. Hand painted, raised gold enamel on white porcelain, absolutley pristine - from my own table settings (I apparently never serve bouillion). I've had the set for decades, used them once for chocolate mousse. While a double-handled cup like this is typically a boullion cup, its versatility belies my limited menu, and it could certainly be used for tea, coffee, dessert, OR boullion or cream soups.
Excellent condition throughout. While they're over 115 years old, these are as new. For my own sets, I'm fussy about condition, and this set is quite literally pristine. No chips, no nicks nor hairlines. Thin elegant French porcelain, all the hand painted decoration and raised gold enamel intact.
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