DUKE OF GLOUCESTER
... duke it out
Mottahedeh's most popular patterns of the 1980's. We're bringing it back. The dinner service was originally made for William Henry, Duke of Gloucester, circa 1770. A medley of plump fruits in twenty colors set inside a Rococo rim of green with 22k gold flecks. Dishwasher safe, but hand-washing is recommended. Lead times vary.
Part of the "Dinner For Two At The Mayflower" and "Merry Muscaria" collections. Set the table with Green Stripe Placemats, Green Floral Dinner Napkins, and Caton Stemware. Fill your market basket to recreate a bountiful Renaissance still life on the center of the table.
Houses & Parties offers a complete collection of Mottahedeh. Contact us for more information. Lead times may vary.