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!

The Wood Serving Trays are available in three finishes; black, white and mahogany. The base of each tray is printed on a hardboard material with three layers of protective coating. A soft cork backing protects table surfaces from scratches. Trays measure 16.75 inches x 12.625 inches x 2.25 inches deep.

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