Available in a napkin and placemat, this pattern of pheasants amongst grapes, pomegranates, and flourishing vines is inspired directly by patterns found at Colonial Williamsburg Virginia.
The design is a part of Park Design's Mason Reserve Collection created in conjunction with The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Millions of wine bottles have been excavated in Williamsburg, Virginia - each with a different story. Wine was very much a part of life in revolutionary Williamsburg. Shop keeper John Greenhow sold wine, groceries, and fine imported goods to a 'who's who' of Virginia residents. Indeed Washington and Jefferson were shareholders in Virginia's first wine company, inspiring our iconic Mason Reserve collection.
Dimensions of placemat: 13" x 19"
Dimensions of napkin: 18" x 18"