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All Things Pineapple

An exotic, rare and tasty delicacy in the 18th- century, the Pineapple became a symbol of welcome and hospitality. Pineapple motifs were frequently used in architecture, textiles, ceramics and furniture during the height of the rococo period (about 1745-1770). Today the pineapple remains a hallmark of warm and gracious entertaining. 

  • Embroidered Pineapple Kitchen Towels

    A golden pineapple swathed in leaves is framed in a green trellis design on crisp white cotton on these Embroidered Pineapple Kitchen Towels. Set of 2. 16" x 26". Features Yellow and green embroidery 16" x 26"Set of 2CottonWILLIAMSBURG by India...

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  • Pineapple Trellis Kitchen Towels

    These Pineapple Trellis Kitchen Towels in classic black and white, an allover trellis pattern, gets a dose of fun with pineapples. 100% cotton. 16" x 26". Features Black and white Set of 2 100% cotton WILLIAMSBURG by India Overseas...

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  • Vaillancourt Santa with Pineapple and Palace | The Shops at Colonial Williamsburg

    Vaillancourt Santa with Pineapple and Palace

    This Williamsburg-exclusive Vaillancourt collectible bears a golden pineapple, the traditional symbol of hospitality. Wearing a rich blue coat with white trim, the back displays an elegant holiday depiction of the Governor's Palace from the Colonial...

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  • Pineapple Votive Holder

    Brighten up your home, porch or patio with this wrought-iron tabletop lantern crafted in the shape of a pineapple. An exotic fruit in 18th-century colonial Virginia, the pineapple has become an enduring symbol of hospitality. Extend a warm welcome to...

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