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Gorgeous Vintage Butterscotch Bakelite and Chrome GloHill Meat Platter, FREE SHIPPING

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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Ships from Canada to .
  • Feedback: 302 reviews
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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Ships from Canada to .
  • Favorited by: 3 people
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From a time when steaks were STEAKS, served rare and spilling over the edges of the platter comes this wonderful chrome and Bakelite meat platter. Made by Glo-Hill of Montreal, Canada and in excellent vintage condition, with the original label still intact on the underside. This is a big piece, measuring 18" long and 9 3/4" wide.

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I go with things that I like! And I like a lot of different vintage subjects and styles. That's why you never know what will turn up next in the shop.
Once I complete the designs, I send them to a US textile manufacturer for printing and sewing. My files go directly from my attic studio in Warman, Saskatchewan, Canada into their presses -- pretty cool when you think about it. The printed fabric is sewn into the finished product and shipped out directly to you. I do several tests on new designs before I post them here -- if I wouldn't have it in my home, you won't see it in the store.
That watermark makes it more difficult for someone else to copy my designs. I want to be sure that when you purchase something with my work on it, you're getting a quality item that I have approved. You will only find authentic versions of my designs in my store. They are not available elsewhere at this time.

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Frequently asked questions about PastAndPresence

I go with things that I like! And I like a lot of different vintage subjects and styles. That's why you never know what will turn up next in the shop.
Once I complete the designs, I send them to a US textile manufacturer for printing and sewing. My files go directly from my attic studio in Warman, Saskatchewan, Canada into their presses -- pretty cool when you think about it. The printed fabric is sewn into the finished product and shipped out directly to you. I do several tests on new designs before I post them here -- if I wouldn't have it in my home, you won't see it in the store.
That watermark makes it more difficult for someone else to copy my designs. I want to be sure that when you purchase something with my work on it, you're getting a quality item that I have approved. You will only find authentic versions of my designs in my store. They are not available elsewhere at this time.