Famille Verte Large Dinner Plate by Mottahedeh: The Daily Dish
This graceful design by Mottahedeh, with its leaves, berries and butterflies, was derived directly from antique Chinese Palace porcelain. At a time when porcelain was valued because of its rarity, highly prized examples found their way to Europe, and into the hands of avid collectors. Often fitted with mounts of precious metal, they became gifts fit for kings. Many porcelain pieces produced in China during the Kangxi Period (1662 - 1722) had famille verte decoration painted in transparent enamel colors, predominately shades of green. Mottahedehs's collection is true to the eighteenth century spirit of the antique patterns.
KSW x Elizabeth Lake's exclusive collaboration features the leaves, berries and butterflies featured in the classic collectible porcelain.
We love to mix it with Mottahedeh's Turquoise Lace Charger.
What KSW would tablescape with: