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Vienna Art Plate - Salt Lake City Metal 1900's
Why buy this Metal 1900's Vienna Art Plate - Salt Lake City?
Vienna Art Plates were commonly used to advertise businesses in the early 1900's. Many of the pieces were provided by companies, often beverage companies, to bars and restaurants as advertising. Some plates, though, had other purposes. This one celebrates Salt Lake City, the capital of Utah. The plate features images of some of the city's most famous landmarks and is perfect for anyone who loves the city, as well as any collector who simply enjoys the plate's stunning artwork. This piece was made by Souvenir Novelty Co. This piece is made of tin lithograph and weighs about 12 oz. This piece is 10" in diamater.
Though sometimes overlooked, Salt Lake City is one of the most fascinating cities in the United States. The city is home to the Mormon Temple, the headquarters of a religion that is a way of life for its followers and often misunderstood by outsiders. The city is also home to the world famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir, an all volunteer group that serves as the city's unofficial ambassadors. The choir has performed in 28 countries outside of the United States and at 13 World's Fairs and Exhibitions. In 2002, the city had the eyes of the world on it for two weeks when it hosted the Winter Olympics.
Add this Metal 1900's Salt Lake City Vienna Art Plate to your collection today.