This set of 8 porcelain bouillon cups and saucers was produced in Germany by Wolfsohn Dresden in the late 19th century. The porcelain blanks were made by the Ohme Factory in Silesia, Germany and sold white ware to the Wolfsohn factory for decoration. The porcelain blanks are extremely delicate and translucent. They have a swirl pattern molded into them with the saucers being scalloped on the rims. The cups have two handles. The decoration is all hand painted. There are tendrils of flowers alternating with yellow panels. All of the panels are outlined with gold and there are lacy gilded borders in a number of places including inside the rim of the cup. A gilded medallion is in the center of each saucer. These bouillon cups and saucers are a delightful confection for display or use.