The Pacific Northwest offers more than just great coffee and rain—it’s also the home of discerning Modish Vintage founder Evelyn Catherine Fernandez. A native of the Philippines, she has a proclivity for vintage crafts, which she freely combines with timeworn artifacts and sleek mid-century designs. As varied and eclectic as any good vintage collection should be, this one boasts intricate lovely lamps, original Japanese woodblock prints, animal-shaped figurines, and streamlined serving ware aplenty.
Deadstock 1970s Mikasa bone china dinner setting for four in "Shogun" pattern. Includes 4 each dinner plates, salad plates, bread plates, saucers, and teacups. Dinner plate: Diameter 10.5". Salad plate: Diameter 7.5". Bread plate: Diameter 6.5". Teacup: Diameter 3" H 3". Saucer: Diameter 6.25". This vintage product is in mint, original condition.