Wood Serving Tray

$12.95 USD
Item# 126580
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  • The ideal size for a weekend project
  • Unfinished wood lets you customize your project with stain or paint
  • Measures 16" x 10" x 1-1/2" high

Product Description

Serve up style with this beautiful wooden tray!
The ideal size for a weekend project, use this versatile tray to serve breakfast in bed, as a decorative display piece or to keep items organized. The unfinished wood allows you to further customize your project with stain or paint. Tray measures 16" x 10" x 1-1/2" high.

Project by artist Daisy Simon.
 

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Apr 28, 2011
My dad retired and wasnt enjoying the change of pace so I suggested he get back into an old hobby (stained glass) by coming to work with me here at Delphi. He joined the customer service department and brought technical expertise and a passion for customer care that always made me proud to have him here. Along the way, he also got back into stained glass, and picked up an interest in mosaics, fusing and cold-working. Hes since retired again, but cant quite seem to give up his love of tools and customers and finds his way back to Delphi as a photographer during our annual Art Glass Festival event, and as an assistant instructor with Guest Instructor Kent Lauer every year. The photo (at right) was taken by Melanie Churchill during the 2010 AGF reception while dad and I were both cruising the crowd with our cameras. - Karina
Nov 23, 2011
For the past three years, Delphi Employee Melissa Agueros has been creating and donating art glass projects for the Michigan State Holiday Bazaar and Charity Auction. Melissas aunt works for Michigan State and encouraged her to get involved. Three years ago my plate went for $100. Last year I made a Michigan State serving tray, and this year Im donating another plate, said Melissa. The proceeds from the auction go to benefit the Toys for Tots program for underpriviledged children. Melissa, who works in Delphis call center, says everyone in customer service gets excited this time of year. They look forward to seeing what Im going to make and donate, she said. Its for a really good cause. The auction will take place the first week in Decemeber. Note Delphi no longer carries the MSU pre-cuts seen in this photo. You can now purchase a full range of collegiate pre-cuts