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Dinner Plate

This simple stainless steel plate resembles many tin and pewter plates commonly found from the very early 1700's all of the way through 1840. The high quality stainless steel makes these very durable and safe to eat from, while the style is perfect for time hoppers.

Be sure to pick up some inlaid or plain knives and forks to go with these!

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    JH
    10/14/2022
    Jonathan H.
    United States

    Have plate, will travel

    I bought two plates recently for my AWI persona and I'm glad I did. Durable, yet light enough not to be a burden on the march, this wonderful plate fits perfectly in my haversack/possibilities bag so its ready at a minutes notice. Looking forward to having many camp meals upon them.

    C
    07/15/2022
    Caroline
    United States United States

    Beautiful, works in both modern and historic settings

    Beautiful plate. Nice for modern use as well as authentic historic settings. Will be nice as a serving piece. So great to find things that work perfectly in both modern and historic settings. Nice hefty weight as others have noted. I even ran it through the dishwasher and it did fine.

    CM
    04/16/2022
    Cade M.
    United States United States

    Yum

    Got a chance to try mine out. Worked great!

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