#4 Invisible Adhesive Disc Hanger to Hang an 8.5"-12" Plate or Platter on the Wall (other sizes available to accommodate any size plate)
Brand Nancy's Daily Dish
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This listing is for #4 (plates and platters over 8" and up to 12")
Other sizes available as listed below
The original invisible Adhesive Disc Plate Hanger, tested and proven for more than 40 years.
The Invisible answer to ugly plate wires. No clips or hooks. The Disc Plate Hanger sticks to the back of the plate, holds it flat and secure against the wall and cannot be seen.
Safety Assured - The Disc gives a permanent adhesion of great strength to a glazed or an unglazed surface. A fixing that will not "age - harden" or deteriorate with time. It is unaffected by any normal household extremes of temperature or humidity.
Suitable for all sizes of plates and plaques. Disc Plate Hangers are available in 5 sizes:
Disc Hanger 1 1/4 in. $2.25 (for small plates, bone dishes, butter pats, coasters, saucers, ladles)
Disc Hanger 2 in. $2.50 (plates up to 7" that are not super heavy...go up a size if you're not sure)
Disc Hanger 3 in. $3.50 (8" plates)
Disc Hanger 4 in. $3.95 (9-12" plates)
Disc Hanger 5 1/2 in. $4.50 (platters up to 7 lbs)
EASY TO USE: First clean the plate, (even if the plate is new, as surface contamination may inhibit adhesion). Wet the adhesive side of the disc and slowly agitate with your finger to activate the glue. When the glue becomes "tacky" apply the disc to the back of the plate (ensure the hook is in the correct position for plate design). Press down firmly. Leave to dry overnight before thoroughly testing strength of adhesion. Hang your plate on wall and admire!
The Disc removes completely in warm water and will not remove back stamps, glazes, or any other markings.
To learn more about English transferware and see it in many practical and decorative uses please visit me at one of the places below:
Featured on Etsy November 2012:
See this post for hanging large platters:
and this post for hanging small items like ladles, or butter pats: