Your guests will feel welcomed with this symbol of hospitality
The beauty and craftsmanship of this Hawaiian art print will never go out of style and will add a touch of aloha to your day.
The pineapple used to be a symbol of status back in the colonial days in the late 1600s and early 1700s because they were hard to get and high in price. The pineapple was given to the most honored guests and were even created into images from people who couldn’t afford them in order to share the same sentiment. Today the pineapple continues to represent a symbol of hospitality.
- This reproduction on fine art paper is from an original watercolor and colored pencil painting by Jan Tetsutani
- Sizes: 5 x 7, 8 x 10, 11 x14 inch
- Ships priority mail via USPS
- Picture frame and mat are not included
- Please allow 3-5 business days for processing
- Please allow 3- 5 business days for domestic shipping
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