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  • Mottahedeh Torquay Blue & White Platter
    Clinging to the coast of Devon in southern England is the elegant resort town of Torquay, renowned for its mild climate and abundant marine life. The shells and entwined sea grasses inspired the Swansea potters who flourished between 1764 and 1846. The "Torquay" pattern was created circa 1820, made originally in the traditional English transferware style. This platter, in the rare & fabulous gold-rimmed Torquay, is no longer in production by Mottahedeh.
  • Mottahedeh Blue Lace Service Plate
    Influenced by Ching Dynasty patterns, these handsome dishes recall those created for entertaining buffet-style or for serving.
  • Vintage Mottahedah Majolica Escargot Creamer
    An Italian, Mottahedah, vintage reproduction, majolica, ceramic, escargot creamer with handle. Marked "Museum Mottahedah Reproductions, Made In Italy" on the underside. Hand-wash.
  • Mottahedeh Yellow Oval Chinoiserie Platter #398
    Old Mottahedeh pieces are highly prized by collectors, especially the pieces made in Italy with the proper marking such as this small platter. Chinoiserie is all the rage at the moment which make this piece even more collectible! It is 8.25" wide by 6.5" deep, and in excellent condition for a piece of this age.
  • Mottahedeh "Imperial Blue" Sugar Bowl
    Edged in gold, this distinguished dinner service is based on a Chinese export porcelain pattern circa 1730 featuring a flowered medallion and floral sprays.

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