Museum Reproductions from Mottahedeh Porcelain Dinnerware

We love the rich, colorful patterns of Mottahedeh’s porcelain dinnerware. A favorite of bridal registries, the company has an interesting history to go along with their beautiful dishes. The company was founded by a husband and wife, Rafi and Mildred Mottahedeh, who were avid collectors of antique porcelain. They began by making reproductions of museum pieces, available for sale in museum gift shops. Later, entire dinnerware collections were designed from antique patterns. Often one solitary plate would be the inspiration for a new design.
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Exotic New Handpainted Dinnerware From Designer Alberto Pinto

We love Alberto Pinto’s line of handpainted Limoges porcelain dinnerware. His whimsical designs balance the exotic with the traditional for a truly unique table setting. We’re excited to introduce several new collections to the Alberto Pinto family.
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Raynaud’s Dragon Dinnerware in Elle Decor Magazine

Asian motifs are currently very trendy for interior design, so it’s no surprise that the editors of Elle Decor Magazine were smitten with Raynaud‘s new dinnerware, Constellation Dragon.
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