EXOTIC AND EXPENSIVE, pineapples were an impressive offering to one’s guests in the 18th century. They soon became a symbol of hospitality and welcome. The motif appears on antiques in the Colonial Williamsburg collections - chased onto silver, carved into furniture, embroidered on gowns, or printed on curtains anywhere the sweet fruit could suggest gracious living. Today this “trend meets tradition” looks offers guests a welcome that’s fresh from the 18th century!
Paper Placemats are great for everyday use or special occasions. Made of premium paper stock and beautifully printed. Information on how to properly set a table is also included inside each resealable bag of 24 placemats. Each placemat measures 17" wide x 11" high.