Mikasa Global Cuisine-Creme is an ideal pattern for any festive spring gathering. With its understated design and square shapes, Global Cuisine-Creme is a versatile and stylish addition to any table, casual or formal. Our 16-piece Global Cuisine-Creme set includes 4 dinner plates, 4 salad plates, 4 coupe-shaped soup bowls, and 4 mugs. This Global Cuisine-Creme set is the perfect way to add to your china collection for spring entertaining – and what a delightful, thoughtful gift!
In the early 1930s, Mikasa was established as an international trading company based in Secaucus, New Jersey. The company, while wholly American, looked to Japan for inspiration. Named in honor of Prince Mikasa, the youngest brother of Emperor Hirohito, Mikasa soon established itself as one of the most recognized Japanese brand names in the West. Importing merchandise produced by a network of over 150 manufacturers worldwide, the company itself never attempted to make any of the dinnerware it sold. Rather, the Mikasa branded items were imported from Japan, Ireland, England, France, and Germany. Business exploded in the 1950s, and tableware became the staple business for Mikasa. Customer requests were pouring in from all parts of the country, and department stores including Bloomingdale's and Macy's could not keep enough stock to meet demand. Consumers found Mikasa ceramics to be very strong, versatile, and stylish. By the beginning of the 1960s, Mikasa had established a reputation as "the pioneer of American casual." Today, Mikasa continues to leverage the momentum it has built over the decades since its inception.
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