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Buy Brass tray: <ul><strong><li>Attractive lightly polished finish</li><li>Indoor or outdoor use</li><li>Lightweight and manoeuvrable</li></strong></ul><br>A shallower version of our brass plant bowl, this lightly polished brass tray will add a touch of splendour to any setting.<br><br>Fill it with potted herbs or ferns to transform a mundane potting bench or bare windowsill or use as a pot tray outside where it will also help to deter slugs and snails.<br><br>Made from fine, flexible natural polished brass with pleated detail around the perimeter. Over time, the tray will tarnish to an attractive matt finish if kept outdoors but can be polished to bring it back to its original finish if preferred.<br><br>Measurements:<br>Ø45cm x H5cm

  • Attractive lightly polished finish
  • Indoor or outdoor use
  • Lightweight and manoeuvrable

A shallower version of our brass plant bowl, this lightly polished brass tray will add a touch of splendour to any setting.

Fill it with potted herbs or ferns to transform a mundane potting bench or bare windowsill or use as a pot tray outside where it will also help to deter slugs and snails.

Made from fine, flexible natural polished brass with pleated detail around the perimeter. Over time, the tray will tarnish to an attractive matt finish if kept outdoors but can be polished to bring it back to its original finish if preferred.

Measurements:
Ø45cm x H5cm

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