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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh 89 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 Dec. 8, 2023 • 9:52 AM • 221 days ago
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh Dec. 8, 2023 • 9:52 AM • 221 days ago
To all our friends celebrating Hanukkah, May this festival bring blessings upon you and your family! We are celebrating on Imperial Blue from the Colonial Williamsburg Collection. Happy Hanukkah from all of us at Mottahedeh.
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh April 25, 2023 • 2:28 PM • 448 days ago
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Mottahedeh @ Mottahedeh April 25, 2023 • 2:28 PM • 448 days ago
We are celebrating Teacup Tuesday like royalty with this Duke of Gloucester tea service from the Colonial Williamsburg Collection. The dinner service was originally made for William Henry, Duke of Gloucester, circa 1770. This extraordinary pattern, featuring twenty colors and 22k gold, is one of the finest manifestations of the Rococo style. The design incorporates colorful fruit and imaginary insects within a rim of green enamel and gold flecking.

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