Holder For Fiesta Relish Tray -plexiglass For Sale
PLEXIGLASS HOLDER FOR FIESTA/HARLEQUIN RELISH TRAYS.
LIMITED AVAILABILITY (SEE NOTE).
NOTE: I am now making an upright holder that looks like it will be a better fit in most situations. See last 2 photos. This new design is also on -search on 'relish tray holder'.
I will still take orders for this model, which has a slant back design.
Are you tired of having your relish trays lay flat were no one can see them, and where they take a lot of space? Then you need my Fiesta relish tray holder. This plexiglass holder allows you to stand up your relish tray for display without taping in the insert pieces.
Sorry but this item does NOT include the relish tray ! Darn.
I've sold over 300 of these holders to Fiesta collectors on , at shows, through my web site, and to Homer Laughlin China Collectors Assn. members. Everyone who gets one wants one for every relish tray they have!
Made of 3/16" plexiglass, this holder allows the tray to slide in easily and holds it firmly up against a plexiglass front. There are rubber bumbers on the inside bottom to keep the tray from rolling out to the sides. The sides are angled back so it will fit into a corner of a shelf without taking extra space. I also include 4 bottom felt feet if you need to put the holder on a finished surface. All edges are flame polished.
Dimensions are 11" wide, 11" high, and 4 1/2" deep.
I MAKE THESE HOLDERS MYSELF.
IF YOU NEED MORE THAN ONE OF MY ITEMS, WHEN YOU GET TO CHECKOUT, CHECK THE BOX THAT ASKS THE SELLER (ME) TO PROVIDE YOU WITH AN UPDATED INVOICE. I'LL SEND ONE OUT THROUGH RIGHT AWAY.
The third photo is from one of my customers -notice how well the relish trays display when stood up!
NEW WALL MOUNT HOLDER NOW AVAILABLE: A new version is now on --this is a wall hanging holder. Thanks to Patty for her suggestion !
NEW UPRIGHT STANDING HOLDER NOW AVAILABLE: Just up on -this is very similar to the wall hanging holder, but has bottom legs to support the tray so you can use it on a shelf, cabinet, or any flat surface. Thanks to Tiffany for the suggestion!