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Mallory Labit at Beatriz Ball
4:52 PM • October 21, 2021
Distinctive, distinguished, and designed for every day.

Beatriz Ball has developed a process to create modern metallic finishes that are easy-care and practical, as well as jaw-droppingly beautiful. Paired with handsome surfaces and unexpected shapes, they are a re-invention of metalware that will transform today's table--including your own.

Discover a new level of luxe with the SIERRA MODERN Collection; iconic Beatriz Ball designs in modern new metallic ...Read more of post

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Mallory Labit at Beatriz Ball
3:44 PM • August 27, 2021
Get acquainted with a new level of luxe with the SIERRA MODERN Collection; iconic Beatriz Ball designs in modern new metallic finishes of Gold, Rose Gold and Gunmetal.

The sensational SIERRA MODERN Chelsea oval platters are available in small and medium sizes. Their fabric-inspired textured surfaces are made unique and fresh with a proprietary metallic finish that adds a hint of glam to any decor.

Food- and dishwasher-safe, decorative, and also perfect for serving,...Read more of post

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Mallory Labit at Beatriz Ball
3:42 PM • June 14, 2021
All the splendor of Summer!
Beatriz Ball's newly expanded palette of metals will add color to your Summertime table in scrumptious tones of gold, rose gold, gunmetal and silver.
  • Shown above, the sensational GIFTABLES Sierra Modern Ocean Conch Salt Cellar with Spoon (Gold) features contrasting surfaces made unique and fresh with a proprietary champagne gold-tone metallic finish and a contrasting silvery hue. Small but beautifully formed, it brings a sense of luxe
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Mallory Labit at Beatriz Ball
9:20 AM • March 22, 2021
All the splendor of Spring! 
Beatriz Ball's newly expanded palette of metals will add color to your Springtime table in scrumptious tones of gold, rose gold, gunmetal and silver. 
  • The multifunctional SIERRA MODERN Onyx Double Dip (Gold) is a perfectly elegant solution for many serving needs. Presented in a brushed gold finish, the cleverly designed piece separates and harmonizes your favorite foods. 
  • The SIERRA MODERN Plano Long Oval Platter (
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Wendy at Mottahedeh
11:58 AM • October 27, 2020
How do you celebrate Halloween without getting all ugly and scary? Serve up orange and black.  Here we present orange and white and gold reflecting the changing colors of nature. Sacred Bird and Butterfly, in transparent oranges and sparkling gold accents, is a licensed product of Historic Charleston Foundation and can be seen in the famed Nathaniel Russel House.  While it arrived in America when America was colonial, it has endured for more than 200 years.&...Read more of post

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Mottahedeh at Mottahedeh
5:04 PM • February 6, 2018
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Mottahedeh at Mottahedeh
5:04 PM • February 6, 2018

On the News stands now... Traditional Home March April issue. Look for Mottahedeh's new ad featuring Chelsea Botanical Tea cups and saucers.
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Mottahedeh at Mottahedeh
11:06 AM • December 8, 2017
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Mottahedeh at Mottahedeh
11:06 AM • December 8, 2017

On the newsstands now... Victoria Magazine's Tea Pleasures features Coconut Scones set beautifully on Mottahedeh's Chelsea Botanical dinner and dessert plates accented on a Plum Lace service plate. It looks so good we got hungry.
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Mottahedeh at Mottahedeh
7:10 PM • January 22, 2017
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Mottahedeh at Mottahedeh
7:10 PM • January 22, 2017

Did you know that Chinese New Year is next Saturday? We also noticed that many of you, while searching for our products, want to know more about how porcelain is made.
The story about fine China porcelain will, therefore, make a perfect match. Enjoy it.

Porcelain and other types of ceramics are such an integral part of our everyday life that it is not something we notice. This was not always the case. Porcelain was once the rarest of materials in the 16th, 17th and 18th ...Read more of post

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