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The Great Auk: Commemorative Plate Honoring Extinct Animals (Series No.2)

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:::::::::**++The Great Auk++**::::::::


Colors: black/grey and colorized violet

Hand drawn decal transfer

8' porcelain plate with double gold trim

For decoration only

Black plate stand included

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10% of this sale will go to the Wildlife Conservation Network http://wildnet.org/why-wcn

Last year marked the 100th anniversary of the last year of the last known Passenger Pigeon known as Martha. This marker inspired The Last Menagerie, a line of plates designed to commemorate, educate, and remind ourselves about that which is lost but not forgotten.The commemorative plate is such an odd and beautiful object. As it preserves and frames a fleeting moment or event–it also gives dimensional life to a wall.The Last Menagerie is a collection of commemorative plates each featuring a different extinct animal. Series No.2 includes the following:

The Great Auk extinct since 1852

Steller's Sea Cow extinct since 1768

California Grizzly extinct since 1922

Thylacine or Tasmanian Tiger extinct since 1936
:::::::::**++The Great Auk++**::::::::


Colors: black/grey and colorized violet

Hand drawn decal transfer

8' porcelain plate with double gold trim

For decoration only

Black plate stand included

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

10% of this sale will go to the Wildlife Conservation Network http://wildnet.org/why-wcn

Last year marked the 100th anniversary of the last year of the last known Passenger Pigeon known as Martha. This marker inspired The Last Menagerie, a line of plates designed to commemorate, educate, and remind ourselves about that which is lost but not forgotten.The commemorative plate is such an odd and beautiful object. As it preserves and frames a fleeting moment or event–it also gives dimensional life to a wall.The Last Menagerie is a collection of commemorative plates each featuring a different extinct animal. Series No.2 includes the following:

The Great Auk extinct since 1852

Steller's Sea Cow extinct since 1768

California Grizzly extinct since 1922

Thylacine or Tasmanian Tiger extinct since 1936

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Reviewed by Louisa Rigali
5 out of 5 stars
Mar 1, 2017
Cool idea and beautiful illustrations.
SHeroes of the RESISTANCE League

Reviewed by Caitlin Mae Burke
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 30, 2017
The quality on these beautiful plates is exceptional. Arrived lightning fast with secure packaging. Love them so much and can't wait to hang them!
Set of Two Extinct Animal Commemorative Plates (From Series No.1 or No.2)

Reviewed by Emily McDowell
5 out of 5 stars
Dec 19, 2014
Beautiful! Gorgeous! Perfect! Shipped immediately and everything was very carefully packaged. I LOVE THESE PLATES!!!
Extinct Animal Commemorative Plates (Set of Six)

Reviewed by Kay L.
5 out of 5 stars
Dec 6, 2014
These plates are totally amazing and everyone will be jealous of my dining room, which is where I will be hanging them. They were well packed and I appreciate the plate holders that came with them. This is super clever and a subtle way to throw some nerditry into your home decor. Everyone who passes these up is a chump. A CHUMP, I SAY!
Set of Six Extinct Animal Commemorative Plates

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The Great Auk: Commemorative Plate Honoring Extinct Animals (Series No.2)

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