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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 6 days ago • May 23, 2024 • 3:03 PM
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 6 days ago • May 23, 2024 • 3:03 PM
This is our idea of "gone fishing". The carp shell dish from the Dallas Museum collection and the monumental carp tureen that dates back to the 1750's. You should've seen the one that got away!
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 21 days ago • May 8, 2024 • 10:39 AM
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 21 days ago • May 8, 2024 • 10:39 AM
Sometimes you feel like a nut! With Mottahedeh's Nut Leaf collection you can be four nuts; Pecan, Acorn, Hazel Nut and Chestnut. The collection includes a cake dish, a set of 4 dessert plates, and a set of 4 tea cups and saucers.
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 34 days ago • April 25, 2024 • 1:00 PM
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 34 days ago • April 25, 2024 • 1:00 PM
Fresh from the garden, Tulips and Hyacinth to brighten up this table featuring our new Sacred Bird and Butterfly dinner service from the Historic Charleston Foundation collection. This is an adaptation is from a Chinese export pattern of about 1800 and was intended for those who admired the sophistication of placing traditional Chinese motifs of birds, butterflies and flowers on European shapes.
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 41 days ago • April 18, 2024 • 9:55 AM
I thought I heard birds singing, but it's just this table of Chelsea Bird from the Colonial Williamsburg Collection. Porcelain produced at Chelsea in London in the eighteenth century is regarded by many as the apex of English ceramic art. Among the most treasured pieces of Chelsea are those decorated in the workshop of James Giles with his birds of “distinctly disheveled appearance.” Our Chelsea Bird pattern has been adapted from Giles’ originals in the...Read more of post

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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 55 days ago • April 4, 2024 • 1:59 PM
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 55 days ago • April 4, 2024 • 1:59 PM
We're feeling a bit green today with our Majolica collection. a single hand painted green leaf plate is accented by 2 green plates from Robert Haviland & C. Parlon. A grape leaf tureen and stand sits on the table also from our Majolica collection.
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 62 days ago • Mar. 28, 2024 • 2:23 PM
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 62 days ago • Mar. 28, 2024 • 2:23 PM
Spring is in the air and are serving up desserts in our favorite spring inspired pieces; dessert trays, dessert bowls and footed cake plates shown in apple green lace, pink lace, cobalt blue lace, Tobacco leaf, and Blue Canton.
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 69 days ago • Mar. 21, 2024 • 10:34 AM
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 69 days ago • Mar. 21, 2024 • 10:34 AM
A cup full of spring to welcome spring Some blossoms fresh from the garden are sitting in the Lowestoft Garden teacup and saucer, an updated version of our lavish design called Lowestoft Rose circa 1785. The design incorporates delicate flowers and an engraved 22 carat gold border.
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 78 days ago • Mar. 12, 2024 • 10:40 AM
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 78 days ago • Mar. 12, 2024 • 10:40 AM
What is a Teacup Tuesday without a side? A beautiful apple strudel is served on a Tobacco Leaf dessert tray. We love this shape for baked goods but it can be used for so much more; sandwiches, appetizers, chocolate covered pretzel logs, asparagus, a jam and jelly tray or even in the bath to hold your secret serums!
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 83 days ago • Mar. 7, 2024 • 11:51 AM
The table is set for a beautiful Sunday Supper with our Bargello dinner service. This charming pattern has a contemporary vibrancy and versatility that belies its antique origins, adapted from English porcelain, circa 1810. Like the needlework for which it is named, it combines random dashes of red, green, blue, yellow, orange and magenta is a geometric patchwork enhanced by 22 carat gold lines.
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 96 days ago • Feb. 23, 2024 • 11:09 AM
We still have our New Year's resolution going, how about you? Eating healthy and serving it on a pretty plate helps! Chinoise Blue; this pattern is derived from 18th century Chinese Export porcelain. The simple leaf and ribbon borders in gold, cobalt and rust create a subtle yet elegant effect. This service is equally appropriate in a board room, formal dinner setting, or for a quiet evening at home.

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