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A fresh little fruit bowl made from two bona-fide recycled vintage Missouri license plates, one from 1944, and one from 1946. A beautiful retro piece of history for your throwback kitchen or office.

Form created by only cutting, bending, and bolting -- a completely waste-free process. The bends and juncture of the two plates are secured with small machine bolts. The legs are made from 5/8" carriage bolts, head-down for smooth contact with countertop or table. Sprayed with several coats of Rust-Oleum metal lacquer, which seals and and protects.

Great catch-all for keys and miscellany at the front door of home or office, for soaps and small items in the bathroom, or for the harvest from your backyard garden.

Feel free to contact me at william.c.holman(at)gmail(dot)com for custom bowls made from your very own discarded plates.

Approx. 11"x9"x3"
Approx. 1 lb.
Not watertight.

Vintage License Plate Bowl (Missouri 1944/1946)

Overview

  • Materials: license plates, bolts, nuts, washers, metal, lacquer
  • Feedback: 19 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Illinois, United States.
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