- Pattern: E2370 Floral
- Vintage: 1979
- Made in Japan for Enesco
- Details: This is a beautiful 3-section serving dish from Enesco. It is typically used to serve nuts, candies or any small item. It is hand painted and the design includes roses in pink, blue and yellow along with their leaves in variegated greens. The background is a yellow/gold and there are gold accents around the rim as well as the handle. The rim has beautiful cut swirls that add to the beauty of this piece. The back is stamped with the design number E2370. Beautiful for a wedding, bridal shower, mother's day or any other special occasion where gorgeous florals will be used as part of the decor.
- Materials: Porcelain
- Dimensions: Approx 8 5/8 inches Wide, at its widest point. Approx 2.0 inches Tall (including handle).
- Condition: Vintage - Used. Excellent Condition. There are no chips, scratches, or crazing on this plate. The gold on the handle is a bit worn but this is consistent with age and use. Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new. Every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear and imperfections. Refunds will not be given unless there’s gross misrepresentation of condition.
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Enesco was founded in 1958 in Itasca, IL by its first President, Louis R. "Bob" Miller, Jr., as the import division of N. Shure Company, one of the largest and oldest general merchandise catalog companies. Following N. Shure's sale to Butler Brothers, the import division reorganized as Enesco Corporation, formed from the phonic spellings of the prior parent company's name initials - N.S.Co. Enesco is best known for its 25 year relationship with Precious Moments creators. Enesco has enjoyed a long successful business with soaring sales throughout the '70s, '80s, and '90s until its peak in 1997. They have been through many mergers and acquisitions and today they have over 65 brands and 35 entertainment licenses represented in their products. As of this writing, we believe they are owned by Balmoral Funds, a Los Angeles, CA based private equity fund which acquired Enesco, LLC in 2015. Today they continue selling their very popular collections including: Snow Babies, Harry Potter, Disney Traditions, Growing Up Girls, Department 56 and many others.