- Made in Japan
- Vintage: circa 1980's - 1990's
- Details: This is a very pretty dish shaped like a pineapple, the world's symbol for "Welcome". It still has the original sticker showing it was made in Japan by Studio Nova, a brand from the Mikasa family. The dish is shaped to resemble a pineapple not only in shape, but it is cut to resemble the intricate lines of the pineapple's skin. This is definitely a decorative piece, could be used as a trinket dish, also be used for nuts, olives, candy or any other small food item. In the pictures you'll see it being used to hold the discarded shells from opened nuts. Would also look great on a dressing table holding earrings and other jewelry. Gorgeous by the front door for keys.
- Material: Glass
- Dimensions: 6 inches Long, 4 1/8 inches Wide and 1 1/2 inches Deep
- Condition: Vintage, Used. Excellent Condition. There are no scratches no chips, cracks, stains, or other damage. It retains the original sticker. 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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The Studio Nova brand is a member of the Mikasa family and was created in 1984 for the fashion minded consumer that was looking for value. In the 1960's Mikasa refined their product range by introducing new patterns in unique groups known as "lines." The Studio Nova "line" was produced for the young-at-heart. They also introduced, "Home Beautiful" which appealed to those who wanted durability and affordability and the Christopher Stuart line reflected the taste of the consumer who wanted a broad selection of styles. In 2001, Mikasa merged with J.G. Durand Industries, but has continued to trade under the name Mikasa. Studio Nova was discontinued in 2007.