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These cups and saucers have a great history behind them. They were made in the 1940s for Brennan's Restaurant in New Orleans, and they were used to serve the restaurant's Cafe Brulot drink.

Loubat was the distributor, but a handful of companies manufactured the cups and saucers. As a result, there are Cafe Brulot cups and saucers that vary somewhat in color (rusty brown to red) and quality (the sharpness of the "Diable" picture). The Carr China editions are considered to be superior to all the other editions, and this listing is for Carr China editions.

The cup and saucer are white with rusty brown decoration. The pattern is called "Diable" or "Jester King," and the picture is of a devil-man with a cape and a sword, floating above flames. This image is on both the cup and the center of the saucer. Both pieces are trimmed with thick brown lines.

This set was made especially for the Cafe Brulot drink, but you can use it to drink anything from espresso to liqueur, such as Bailey's, to dessert wine.

I will also include a lovely copy of the recipe for Cafe Brulot with each purchase.

All of the cups and saucers are in excellent condition: none have any cracks, chips, scratches, or discoloration.

**This listing is for one cup-and-saucer set, but I have a total of twelve. If you would like to purchase multiple sets, convo me so that I can make a reserved listing for you. I'll also combine shipping!

SALE Vintage Loubat Cafe Brulot Cup and Saucer


  • Materials: ceramic, glaze
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