Flowers brighten up every room. This little treasure is an exact reproduction of a porcelain purchased by Mottahedeh from Christie's auction in 1992 featuring recovered cargo of of the Vung Tao sailing ship. The ship sank off the coast of Vietnam in 1690. The recovered cargo consisted of over 48,000 ceramics, mostly Kangxi blue-and-white porcelain from the kilns of Jingdezhen. This miniature covered jar is 6 1/2 inches tall and is faithfully reproduced in minute detail.
on the news stand now... House Beautiful December/January Issue. Swank it up with Alex Papachristidis. One of our favorite Designers using his extensive collection of Mottahedeh's Blue Canton to entertain his guests. Thank you Alex Papachristidis and House Beautiful.
Feeling blue on this dark damp Sunday? It’s a great day to cozy up on the couch and catch a movie or three. A lazy Sunday brunch, fresh blueberries, blueberry pancakes, blueberry tea all served on Mottahedeh’s Blue Canton.
Has it been a long day, week, month? Too tired to Cook, well there is always take out and it always tastes better on Mottahedeh China. Egg roll or spring roll? why not have both, shown here on a Blue Shou dessert plate with the perfect mix of sauces in a Blue Canton coaster. Steamed dumplings are always a favorite, here's an assortment on a Blue Shou dinner plate. Healthy or not, Shrimp and Chicken delite tastes better surrounded by Blue Shou's new landscape border ...Read more of post
The Blue Shòu pasta plates on the Blue Shòu presentation plates look beautiful set on this table with the Tisch New York placemats, Atlantis crystal, Alain Saint-Joanis flatware and Kim Seybert napkins. Did I forget to mention the fabulous Blue Canton porcelain boxes that are the perfect little gift to your dinner guests.
Sept. 13, 2015
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Check out the NEW issue of Flower Magazine (October 2015). Mottahedeh's Blue Canton Ginger Jar is featured under Eastern Exotic and Robert Haviland & C. Parlon's new pattern "Jardin de Louise" is noted as a fresh find.