The Spring Summer 2024 season shows how Mariposa loves to applaud life's celebrations and milestones. From frames that capture and preserve precious memories, to exquisitely crafted glassware that brings cheer(s) to every day...to a playful gift and tableware partnership with the renowned designer, Rosanne Beck.
Mariposa's Spring Summer 2024 collection is now available!
Charisma: a special magnetic charm or appeal. Gold finished pewter, with intricate orange and white hued hand-enameling. Encrusted with hand-set clear European crystals. Available in a variety of beautiful home accents, including frames, trinket box, ring holder, and menorah.
Decorate your summer table with Mariposa's Lemon Sauce Dish and Beaded Napkin Box. The fresh pop of yellow is sure to brighten any home, just in time for summer. Handcrafted from 100% recycled aluminum featuring hand painted, food-safe enamel for a fun and festive finishing touch.
We are celebrating Teacup Tuesday like royalty with this Duke of Gloucester tea service from the Colonial Williamsburg Collection. The dinner service was originally made for William Henry, Duke of Gloucester, circa 1770. 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.
A #ThursdayTreat before the weekend starts! ✨
Introducing the NEW Orchid Collection for Spring 2023. The highly anticipated new collection features breakout moment pieces, with vibrant finishes like white enamel and gold--perfect for entertaining throughout the warmer months ahead.
Whimsical meets glamorous in the textured, silver finished Christopher 5" x 7" Frame. It's embellished with hand-set multi-colored iridescent glass beads and European crystals (Also available in gold).
Harlow showcases our artisans' attention to detail through its hand-enameling and swirled hand-set clear European crystals, in silver finished pewter. Both ...Read more of post
July 27, 2015
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Peach season is upon us! This peach design is an exact reproduction from China's Yongzheng Period (1725-1735), painted in pink and opaque white enamels. The bowl front features five peaches and two bats, symbolizing Wufu, or the five happiness; health, wealth, virtue, old age, and a natural death. It also matches beautifully with a number of our other patterns.