Mottahedeh

Tobacco Leaf Dinnerware

This extravagant design by Mottahedeh was originally made in China, probably for export to the Portuguese and Brazilian markets. Of all the 18th-century dinnerware patterns, this was the most highly prized. A small phoenix bird perches on the leaves of the flowering Nicotiana (Tobacco) plant. Twenty-seven colors and 22k gold make up this pattern based on an original in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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Tobacco Leaf Mug Available for Backorder
$110.00
Tobacco Leaf Dessert Plate
Tobacco Leaf Covered Sugar Available for Backorder
$240.00
Tobacco Leaf Oval Dish Available for Backorder
$125.00
Tobacco Leaf Dinner Plate
Tobacco Leaf 8" Round Bowl Available for Backorder
$375.00
Tobacco Leaf 13" Platter Available for Backorder
$415.00
Tobacco Leaf Service Plate
Tobacco Leaf Bread and Butter Plate
Tobacco Leaf Bread and Butter Plate Available for Backorder
$95.00
Tobacco Leaf Creamer Available for Backorder
$165.00
Tobacco Leaf Tea Cup and Saucer
Tobacco Leaf Tea Cup and Saucer Available for Backorder
$160.00
Tobacco Leaf Rim Soup Plate
Tobacco Leaf Rim Soup Plate Available for Backorder
$175.00
Tobacco Leaf 9" Round Bowl Available for Backorder
$475.00
Tobacco Leaf Five Piece Place Setting Available for Backorder
$575.00
Tobacco Leaf 15" Octagonal Platter Available for Backorder
$515.00
Tobacco Leaf Teapot Available for Backorder
$455.00
Some Items Available for Backorder
Expected to ship in 4-6 weeks
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SKU group-tobaccoleaf-dinnerware
Details & Care Dishwasher safe on delicate cycle.
This extravagant design by Mottahedeh was originally made in China, probably for export to the Portuguese and Brazilian markets. Of all the 18th-century dinnerware patterns, this was the most highly prized. A small phoenix bird perches on the leaves of the flowering Nicotiana (Tobacco) plant. Twenty-seven colors and 22k gold make up this pattern based on an original in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.