Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Plate and Bowl Stands



 
Collectible plates, bowls, cups and saucers are available in a wide range from many cultures and time periods.  Some plates were made specifically to be collector plates released as limited additions. With the growing number of these plates being released, a universal numbering system was devised called Bradex numbers so they could be listed on the Bradford Exchange. This number is divided into three sections. The first section tells you what country the plate was produced in, the next section indicates the producer of the plate, and the next part tells you the series and addition.
There are a number of ways to display plates, the most popular approach is the easel. Bowl stands require a deeper easel than a plate stand simply because bowls are deeper than plates.
Art Display Essentials offers stock plate and bowl stands in a variety of sizes and styles. Clear easels are available in a large range of sizes going up to 18” tall to hold a platter or charger. We also offer clear bowl stands as well.

To view Art Display Essential's full line of plate and bowl stands, go here:
https://www.artdisplay.com/plate-and-bowl-stands.html

For more information on the different types of plate and bowl stands, go here:
http://platestands.net/

To view a Pinterest board with a variety of plates and stands, go here:
https://www.pinterest.com/liveartloud/plates/

For more information on the Bradford Exchange, go here:
http://www.bradfordexchange.com/mcategory/collectibles_8200/collector-plates.html


 

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