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Wendy at Mottahedeh
November 30, 2020
Holidays and family meals are better with gravy, say we.  It can be a cocunut milk and curry sauce, or something to go with the poultry or beef to name a few types.  Our grandmother used to kid us and say "Please pass the grease."  This is not your grandmothers's dinnerware, however, because Indigo Wave was created by Mottahedeh in 2003 by using an antique rim soup bowl collected by Mrs. Mottahedeh as inspiration and then the various elements of ...Read more of post

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Mark Badash at Badash
October 17, 2018
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Mark Badash at Badash
October 17, 2018


The classic Monica bowl gives you so many choices to fill it with! #ownsomethingbeautiful
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Mottahedeh at Mottahedeh
November 29, 2017
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Mottahedeh at Mottahedeh
November 29, 2017

Though the weather outside is frightful, these flowers look so delightful in the Large Fitzhugh Bowl. Warm up your home & get creative with a large Mottahedeh bowl for your kitchen or dining room centerpiece.
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Mottahedeh
December 6, 2015
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Mottahedeh
December 6, 2015

With the chill in the air, our December Pattern of the Month is Snowflakes!

In collaboration with National Geographic, Mottahedeh has recently release the new pattern called "SNOWFLAKE"!

Imagine a candlelight dinner, a holiday gathering or an after snowman outing with a hot cup of cocoa. National Geographic's photo archive is the inspiration for this delicate design. Each actual snowflake was originally hand painted in icy tones of blue and silver.

Wilson Bentley(1865–1931...Read more of post

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Mottahedeh
September 24, 2015
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Mottahedeh
September 24, 2015

A backyard Dahlia with a broken stem, what to do? Display it in a bowl - Mottahedeh's Tobacco Leaf
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Mottahedeh
July 27, 2015
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Mottahedeh
July 27, 2015

Peach season is upon us! This peach design is an exact reproduction from China's Yongzheng Period (1725-1735), painted in pink and opaque white enamels. The bowl front features five peaches and two bats, symbolizing Wufu, or the five happiness; health, wealth, virtue, old age, and a natural death. It also matches beautifully with a number of our other patterns.

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