Simply elegant, watertight plant tray brings the warmth of copper to your indoor garden. So versatile, you'll enjoy it in every season. Use it as a saucer to showcase your favorite plants while protecting surfaces from water damage. Fill with stones, add water and you have an instant humidity tray for orchids or herbs. Create a unique dish garden and living tablescape by planting with succulents and other small plants. Arrange curios or votives for a stunning holiday centerpiece. Each tray is crafted from a single piece of solid copper so there are no seams, guaranteeing that it remains 100% watertight. Copper will age to a pleasing patina, or you can maintain the shine with polish. Pads on the bottom prevent scratches.
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from Wawaka, IN
Comments about : Small Round Copper Plant Tray, 10”:
I use this as a drip catchment tray under the tap on my kegerator. The beer is good and the tray is beautiful.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Beautiful tray for a special plant
from Rockville, MD
This beautiful copper tray enhances your favorite plant! And practical as well.
Plant tray is beautiful and useful!
from Carrollton, TX
This is a gift for my daughter; she's been wanting a succulent garden indoors. I looked for something similar in stores for a long time to avoid shipping charges, but nothing as pretty was out there for the price. I filled it with good sized succulents, and it looks fantastic! I'm thinking of going for another one! :-))
from Baltimore, MD
I LOVE these copper saucers! No leakage, and SO attractive!
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Seamless, waterproof copper planter pan.
from Midwest USA
Finding a copper pan for plants that is waterproof is great. And the pan quality seems good. I would have given this a five star rating if the pan sat evenly on the 10" iron stand purchased in the same order. The rubber dots on the bottom of the pan do not line up with the iron rim, so the pan sits slightly unevenly. I resolved this by removing the rubber dots from the pan, and replacing them with rubber drawer bumpers that did align with the rim of the 10 inch iron stand.
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