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Mottahedeh Chinese Export Famille Rose style porcelain soup tureen and a pair of Chinese Export armorial style plates 1) tureen - rococo style tureen with...

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  • Mottahedeh Chinese Export Famille Rose style
    porcelain soup tureen and a pair of Chinese Export armorial style plates 1) tureen - rococo style tureen with butterfly and flower decoration 12 in. H. 15 1/2 in. W.; 2) plates ... [more like this]
  • Pair of Mottahedeh Famille Rose Hawks: Mottahedeh
    & Company, New York, USA. Pair of Nelson Rockefeller Collection Chinese export style famille rose porcelain hawks depicted with piercing green eyes, auburn plumage, and perched ... [more like this]
  • Large Group of Chinese Export and British
    Ceramics: 18th/19th century, comprising large group Canton blue and white porcelain including large octagonal platter with Mottahedeh Collection labels, 20-1/2 x 16-1/2 in. ... [more like this]
  • Chinese Export famille rose soup bowl Persian
    Market, late 18th century upswept rim decorated with alternating cartouches encasing floral sprays and diaper designs on a puce diaper ground centering gilt chain motif and ... [more like this]
  • Unusual Chinese Export famille rose platter
    18th century wide puce and iron-red border interspaced with foliate cluster centering garden scene with smoke motif. L14 1/4" W11 1/4" Provenance: Purchased from Mildred ... [more like this]
  • Chinese Export famille rose covered tea caddy
    circa 1735-45 gilt knop on domed cover on balustrade body, front and reverse with painted roundels depicting scenes of Asian life on intricate gilt ground interspaced with ... [more like this]
  • Fine Chinese Export famille rose reticulated
    plate circa 1795-1810 scenic sepia and iron-red scenic cartouches on gilt ground over pierced rim with inner band painted with nature scenes on puce ground centering extensive ... [more like this]
  • Chinese Export famille rose fruit basket
    on stand circa 1770 reticulated and applied floral motif raised rim and matching underplate, each center painted with basket of flowers amongst floral sprays. basket H3" ... [more like this]
  • Chinese Export famille rose dish Persian
    Market, late 18th century octagonal rim painted with petal design and floral motifs. Dia.3 3/4" Provenance: Purchased from Mildred Mottahedeh in the 1970s. Property ... [more like this]
  • Pr. of Mottahedeh porcelain export style
    monteiths in the Famille Verte Chinese Export manner, 10 in. H., 15 in. Diam. Condition: Dirt and wear from use ... [more like this]
  • Mottahedeh porcelain soup tureen and underplate
    in the Chinese Export Manner and three matching articles Famille Verte decoration; 1) soup tureen and underplate - boar-head handles tureen - 8 1/2 in. H. 13 1/2 in. L. underplate ... [more like this]
  • Pair of Mottahedeh figural joss stick holders elephant-form
    Famille Rose decorated porcelain joss stick holders in the Chinese Export manner, 9 in. H. Condition: No apparent faults ... [more like this]

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