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Mottahedeh Prosperity Dinnerware: George Washington had a deep affinity for stoneware and creamware and used it extensively at Mount Vernon. This new porcelain pattern Prosperity is based on salt glazed fragments found on Mount Vernon. Salt glazed stoneware predates creamware and was popular by 1765. The dot, diaper and basket design is intricate and reflects the attention to detail in Mottahedeh's reproduction of the original piece.

Mottahedeh Coral Torquay Dinnerware: Mottahedeh's latest interpretation of the Winterthur Museum Torquay pattern. The original blue and white Swansea pattern, circa 1820. was named after the elegant resort town of Torquay on the southern coast of England, renowned for its climate and it�s abundant marine life. Mottahedeh has given this classic a fresh new look. Coral evokes a sense of tranquility and the beach at sunset. These plates are dishwasher safe.

These spritely little dogs are "Bolognese" terriers, a breed much fancied as pets in the aristocratic households of 18th century Europe. The original figures were produced in the Meissen workshops under Kaendlers' direction from 1736-1760 and this pair is reproduced from original antiques in the collection at the Chatsworth Castle, the home of the Duke of Devonshire. Mottahedeh's reproductions are entirely hand painted on fine porcelain in Italy. 7 1/2"H x 11 /2"L. Pair.

Mottahedeh Tobacco Leaf Dinnerware: Tobacco Leaf, one of the most prized of Chinese Export patterns, was developed circa 1780, probably for the Portuguese and Brazilian markets - though examples have also been found in other European countries and in North America. The design shows the leaves of the flowering Nicotiana (Tobacco) plant upon which a small phoenix perches bearing a flowering twig in its beak. This exact reproduction requires twenty-eight colors including 22K gold and five…

Peacock Feather Brand new, Mottahedeh's Peacock Feather dessert plates come in a set of four. Detailed with 22k gold, this peacock is sure to dazzle. Corresponds beautifully with all of our lace colors.

Very pretty place setting. It's simple yet inviting and elegant. Wouldn't this be nice for a springtime meal?

Mottahedeh Imperial Blue Dinnerware: Since the Ming Dynasty, imperial blue and white porcelains have been prized by collectors and connoisseurs around the world. Edged in 22K gold, this underglaze blue dinner service is based on a Chinese export porcelain pattern, circa 1730. The elegant design features a central flowered medallion, continuous collar and floral sprays. Dinner plate 10.5

Mottahedeh Tobacco Leaf Ginger jar: Tobacco Leaf, one of the most prized of Chinese Export patterns, was developed circa 1780, probably for the Portuguese and Brazilian markets - though examples have also been found in other European countries and in North America. The design shows the leaves of the flowering Nicotiana (Tobacco) plant upon which a small phoenix perches bearing a flowering twig in its beak. This exact reproduction requires twenty-eight colors including 22K gold and five…

Spanish style wedding idea Wiltshire print tableware - Flowers of Liberty

Mottahedeh's emphasis on color is superbly realized in these lamps with some designs requiring as many as 27 individual colors to achieve. Shades are fine quality and each comes fitted with a decorative finial. The bases have been created to complement the design in materials including hand-finished hardwood, gold leaf, marble and brass.

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