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    Mottahedeh National Trust Blue and White Punch Bowl

    Mottahedeh National Trust Blue and White Punch Bowl

    From the Historic Natchez Collection. Adapted from a Chinese high fire blue bowl, circa 1795, at Cliveden, a property of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

    Measures 15 ½" diameter.

    $1,005

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    Imperial Blue Open Sugar Bowl
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    Mottahedeh Red Lace Service Plate
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    Mottahedeh Apple Lace

    Mottahedeh Apple Lace

    This versatile pattern with its delicate border was inspired by Ch'ing Dynasty (1644 -1911) porcelain from China. Highlighted by bands of 22K gold, this elegant design makes a stunning presentation and coordinates beautifully with other services.

    $40 - $225

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    Mottahedeh Mandarin Bouquet

    Mottahedeh Mandarin Bouquet

    A charming bouquet in a basket, adapted from an 18th century Chinese export Hong bowl, is surrounded by the classic blue and white Fitzhugh border. The elements combine easily to create an elegant dinner service.

    $80 - $535

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    Mottahedeh Cincinnati Service

    Mottahedeh Cincinnati Service

    This is an exact reproduction of George Washington's most famous set of china, produced and decorated in Canton in 1784. It was brought to America on the first U.S. ship to enter the China Trade. Washington was the first President General of the Society of Cincinnatus, which was founded in 1783 to recognize the honorable service of French and American officers during the American Revolution.

    $95 - $130

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    Mottahedeh Golden Solitude

    Mottahedeh Golden Solitude

    Golden Solitude's shapes were created by the Furstenberg Factory in Germany in 1747, for Duke Carl I of Brunswick, its founder. Mottahedeh's pattern is produced in the same German factory today. For Birdsong lovers, this is the same body, but in white, hand edged in 24 carat gold. This service complements Birdsong as well as many other dinnerware patterns with its simplicity and delicate relief.

    $70 - $225

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    Mottahedeh Green Lace

    Mottahedeh Green Lace

    The very popular Bridal pattern Blue Lace, is getting a new look, GREEN. This versatile pattern with its delicate border was inspired by Ch'ing Dynasty (1644 -1911) porcelain from China. Highlighted by bands of 22K gold, this elegant design makes a stunning presentation and coordinates beautifully with other services.

    $55 - $205

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    Mottahedeh Merian

    Mottahedeh Merian

    Maria Sibylla Merian's widely known 1685 volume of botanical illustrations inspired the center motif on an original (circa 1725) Chinese export plate in Mildred Mottahedeh's personal collection. The Merian Service is based on these floral motifs. Raised enamels in 23 rich colors accented in gold filigree make this a timeless classic.

    $35 - $475

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    Mottahedeh Blue Lace

    Mottahedeh Blue Lace

    This versatile pattern with its delicate border was inspired by Ch'ing Dynasty (1644-1911) porcelain from China. Highlighted by bands of 22K gold, this elegant design makes a stunning presentation and coordinates beautifully with other services.

    $55 - $330

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    Mottahedeh Blue Canton

    Mottahedeh Blue Canton

    The most fashionable tables in the early American Republic were set with blue and white "Canton" ware, so called for the great Chinese trading port from which it came. Chinese blue and white porcelain was in demand well into the 19th century and has been part of the heritage of many American families. Blue Canton faithfully recaptures this centuries old tradition and taste.

    $35 - $875

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    Mottahedah Chinoise Blue

    Mottahedah Chinoise Blue

    This pattern is derived from 18th century Chinese Export porcelain. The elegant leaf and ribbon borders in gold, cobalt and rust create a subtle yet striking effect. This service is equally appropriate in a board room, a formal dinner setting or for a quiet evening at home.

    $60 - $1,850

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    Mottahedeh Famille Verte

    Mottahedeh Famille Verte

    This graceful design, with its leaves, berries and butterflies, was inspired by a piece of Chinese imperial palace porcelain of the early 18th century. Much porcelain produced in China during the reign of the Kang His emperor (1662-1722) had "famille verte" decoration - painted in transparent enamels predominantly in shades of green. Mottahedeh has artfully adapted the decoration from the original antique and applied it to the varied and elegant forms of authentic 18th century export porcelain.

    $40 - $750

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    Mottahedeh Imperial Blue

    Mottahedeh Imperial Blue

    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.

    $60 - $315

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    Mottahedeh Sacred Bird & Butterfly

    Mottahedeh Sacred Bird & Butterfly

    Sacred Bird and Butterfly is true to the original antique. The original Chinese export sets the dining room of the famed Nathaniel Russell House. The Chinese word for butterfly, “tieh”, is a pun which expresses the wish that the owner might live to a ripe old age.

    $45 - $795

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    Mottahedeh Cornflower Blue Lace

    Mottahedeh Cornflower Blue Lace

    This versatile pattern with its delicate border was inspired by Ch'ing Dynasty (1644 -1911) porcelain from China (originally in cobalt blue). Look for our *NEW* Lace Butterfly Dessert Plates in our three new Lace colors!

    $40 - $205

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    Mottahedeh Tobacco Leaf

    Mottahedeh Tobacco Leaf

    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 firings to manufacture. The joyous exuberance of the Tobacco Leaf pattern is undiminished by time. Tobacco Leaf is an authorized reproduction for the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

    $95 - $1,850

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    Mottahedeh Duke of Gloucester

    Mottahedeh Duke of Gloucester

    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. The dinner service was originally made for William Henry, Duke of Gloucester, circa 1770.

    $45 - $1,720

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    Mottahedeh Chelsea Bird

    Mottahedeh Chelsea Bird

    The Williamsburg Chelsea Bird porcelains were inspired by the exotic bird designs found on a set of plates produced by the Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory in England between 1758 and 1769. The original dessert plates are part of the Chelsea collection at Colonial Williamsburg, and may have been executed in the London workshop of James Giles, an independent ceramics decorator who was responsible for the decoration of many pieces of Chelsea. The four Williamsburg Chelsea Bird dessert plates are exact reproductions of plates in the collection. Mottahedeh has also adapted these delightful bird motifs onto dinner plates (set of 4), cups and saucers (set of 4), and a group of elegant accessory pieces. The pitcher, the vases, and the leaf and shell dishes incorporate the exotic bird designs into traditional shapes common to Chinese Export, English and Continental porcelain of the 18th century.

    $100 - $345

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    Mottahedeh Blue Canton Dessert Bowl
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    Mottahedeh Red Dragon

    Mottahedeh Red Dragon

    According to ancient Chinese culture the dragon symbolizes benevolence, protection and good fortune and thus was the emblem of the emperor.

    $60 - $200

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    Mottahedeh Dupaquier

    Mottahedeh Dupaquier

    Reproductions of DuPaquir factory porcelain, c. 1730-1740, from the collections of the Prince of Liechtenstein are produced for the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

    $215 - $300

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    Mottahedeh Waterdance

    Mottahedeh Waterdance

    The Waterdance service features delicately-colored carp, catfish and chong gue chong fish interpreted from Chinese watercolors originally created for export between 1790 and 1850 for the British market. Watercolors featuring flowers, fruits, birds and fish, painted by anonymous Chinese artists were highly sought after by Europeans and Americans for their fine quality and life-like character. The fish that inspired the design for the service are from a set of watercolor drawings now in the Winterthur Library.

    $65 - $365

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    Mottahedeh Blue Dragon Set

    Mottahedeh Blue Dragon Set

    In ancient China the dragon became the symbol for the emperor, bestowing good fortune and protection to the righteous. The period of the Emperor K’ang Hsi (1622-1722) was one of the high points in the development of blue and white wares. This period inspired this classic design.

    $50 - $185

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    Mottahedeh Blue Canton Quiche Dish
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    Mottahedeh Blue Torquay Dinner Set

    Mottahedeh Blue Torquay Dinner Set

    Clinging to the coast of Devon in southern England was the elegant resort town of Torquay, renowned for its mild climate and its abundant marine life. The shells and entwined sea grasses inspired the Swansea potters who flourished between 1764 and 1846. This pattern was created circa 1820. Made originally in the traditional English transferware style, Torquay enjoys popularity today in Blue and now in Coral Pink.

    $25 - $30

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    Mottahedeh Coral Torquay Dinner Set

    Mottahedeh Coral Torquay Dinner Set

    Clinging to the coast of Devon in southern England was the elegant resort town of Torquay, renowned for its mild climate and its abundant marine life. The shells and entwined sea grasses inspired the Swansea potters who flourished between 1764 and 1846. This pattern was created circa 1820. Made originally in the traditional English transferware style, Torquay enjoys popularity today in Blue and now in Coral Pink.

    $25 - $30

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    Mottahedeh Cornflower Garland

    Mottahedeh Cornflower Garland

    Mottahedeh introduces the Cornflower Garland dinner service licensed by Monticello, Jefferson's historical foundation. The pattern is a reproduction of an old Sevres design dated 1789. The delicate blue flowers, historically called barbeaux, were a favorite of the Royal Court of France. Included with the five-piece place setting are a salad bowl, oval serving dish, platter, coupe soup and giftware accessory pieces.

    $250

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    Mottahedeh "Tobacco Leaf" Shell Dish
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    Mottahedeh American Ships

    Mottahedeh American Ships

    $45 - $275

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    Mottahedeh Virginia Blue

    Mottahedeh Virginia Blue

    Inspired by a Chinese export plate in Colonial Williamsburg's collection, in its day this pattern was called "china of the most fashionable sort" by Robert Beverly. Similar wares were in use on a Tidewater Virginia plantation at the time of the American Revolution. This version is refreshed with a pearlized ecru background and the original cobalt blue has been updated to brilliant periwinkle blue, giving a lacy and gentle effect. Microwave and dishwasher safe.

    $40 - $200

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