Personalized State Map Serving Platter

By Fish Kiss

$48

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This personalized state map platter celebrates your state in an equally charming and useful way—the perfect balance, in our books. Maker Anne Klein’s original artwork highlights what’s special about each state, like its official bird and flag, and its notable landmarks. The just-right medium-sized platter is Made in the USA from ThermoSāf® polymer, which is microwave-safe, BPA-, and melamine-free.

  • Made in the USA
  • Materials: ThermoSāf® polymer
  • Care: To preserve the color and print, hand washing is recommended. Dishwasher-safe with gentle detergent (free of bleaching agents and sulfuric acid)
  • Microwave-safe and oven-safe up to 300 degrees Fahrenheit for 45 minutes
  • BPA-, melamine-, and formaldehyde-free
  • Durable and non-breakable
  • Dimensions: 10" x 14" x 1"
  • Weight: 1.16 lbs.

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This was an excellent gift that was so fun and unique! Perfect for any one who loves their state! And, The Grommet’s customer service is unmatched!! Thanks for a exceptional gift buying experience!More > < Less

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About Fish Kiss

Celebrate A State

From sea to shining sea and every spot in between, the Made in the USA goods from Fish Kiss® celebrate each state in the union with original artwork. Their state map plates, platters, and prints capture a state’s highlights in charming illustrations.

Maker Anne Klein creates the state-centric scenes on art prints, and on platters and dishes made with ThermoSāf® polymer. This durable material is microwave-safe and BPA- and melamine-free. Her whimsical illustrations have a quirky, retro vibe that sweetly capture a state’s highlights, like its birds and flag, or tourist attractions and historical landmarks.

Anne worked as a designer before turning her focus to capturing the people and places she loves—like her native Colorado (aka "The Centennial State"), where the prints are made—to every great state across the country.