This extraordinary pattern, featuring twenty colors and 22K gold, is one of the finest manifestations of the Rococo style. The design incorporates colorful fruit and imaginary insects within a rim of green enamel and gold flecking. The dinner service was originally made for William Henry, Duke of Gloucester, circa 1770. Founded by Mildred Mottahedeh, over 70 years ago, Mrs. Mottahedeh collected, imported and researched antique porcelain focusing on Chinese export china. Now known for reproductions and adaptations of museum pieces, the collection represents the finest porcelain dinnerware, many of which are reproductions of pieces or patterns in museums such as Winterhur, Colonial Williamsburg, Historic Charleston, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and others.
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