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Virginie De Toustain at BIA Cordon Bleu
September 20, 2021
We never have enough service accessories especially when they are white and so easy to clean!!!
White embossed collection Blanc de Blanc also called CALIFORNIA.
 
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Wendy at Mottahedeh
August 27, 2020
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At Mottahedeh we generally opt for lots of bold color with a style that is not shy.  On the opposite end of the spectrum, white creamware made of faience, or soft paste porcelain, is our other love. Creamware has been in the offering for more than forty years.  Many times, the original has been French, and yet we make ours in Italy as the craftsmanship is exceptional and historic. Faience can be made into shapely forms with lots of detail. 
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Mottahedeh at Mottahedeh
November 28, 2016
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Mottahedeh at Mottahedeh
November 28, 2016

In this time of the year when National holidays are around the corner, it is good to think about all these tiny things that make the American history remarkable. One of them is tobacco, which is still the best-selling product in the world (in form of cigarettes). What is so impressive about it, but also about the plant that brings all the beauty to one of the most popular porcelain patterns?

Nicotiana Plant is a colorful miracle

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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.

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