An unusual material in a Table Stand more normally employed as a Plate or Frame Displayer. Also unusual in finding it at work displaying nut and candy Gift Offerings at the Nuthouse®. Twisted Wire may also allow a bt of bending to suit each stand to bulkier-than-normal custom Gift Packages. Inspect among other gift offerings via the gallery of images.
An interesting stepped display of tableware vertically on display uprights, as well as horizontally across the tabletop. Parallel concept and construction of fixtures gives a good look at patterns and plate edge scallops. See that both a Floor-Height and Table-Height Vertical Displayer are part of the outfitting series, brought to you courtesy of VA Displays, NJ. CLICK the thumbnail for a closer look. Scroll down for more tableware merchandising concepts.
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Though you need to look closely, this Triple-Play Custom Plate Holder is backed by a Bar System. A forward face provides a wood backdrop against which plates, square or round, can be presented. Click through the gallery to see that arms are adjustable for various plate sizes and even a Label Holder is built into the system. Individual Plate Holders can be slid sideways to create Single- and Double-Play displays too.
The curvilinear, almost free-form Plate Holder raises two questions. What was it originally designed for, because plates are a far from perfect fit (see side view above). More interestingly, was it cast as seen (molded?) or heat bent from a rod of acrylic? It did serve its purpose admirably, however. And was an item of interest in and of itself.