A Goodwill find, probably collectible. This is a Bialetti Moka Express porcelain demitasse set consisting of four cups, three saucers and a trivet that serves as a saucer. Since I enjoy my moka pot coffee, it's something I'll use. I especially like the family history and product line specs. It looks like a promotional set, so I wonder if it was given to dealers or distributors.
Here's the whole grouping.
The saucers and trivet.
The Renato Bialetti cartoon cup.
The matching saucer.
A housewife portrait cup.
On the side of the housewife cup, there's promotional language.
It has a trivet instead of a saucer -- glad I kept looking at other shelves!
A portrait cup of Alfonso Bialetti, the family patriarch. Il nonno means "grandpa"!
The decoration is transferred from other promotional artwork and pushes the limits of resolution. I'm sure it was a manager's order to a worker. Okay, as you asked ...
And the matching saucer.
This cup has more promotional puffery. It's different on each side.
The matching saucer has product line info.
The bottoms are all marked as Bialetti porcelain.
And the grand total ...