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    Here's a little something for your home.

    It's called a Terra Charger, and we sell it in our furniture store. Retails for $123.99, but we'll let you have it for $60.

    Just thought someone in here would want it since it looks like a big woofer.
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    Wow, now I know what a charger plate is. Bet those are flying off the shelves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy
    Wow, now I know what a charger plate is. Bet those are flying off the shelves.
    Yup! Now, will that be cash or, err, charger?

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    This is a big piece. With the shipping will go over a hundred bucks.

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    What are the dims?
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    I bought a placemat at Pier One for $2 that does the same thing.

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    OK, what's a charger plate? I'm on my phone and its a ***** to search anything
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    Quote Originally Posted by dakatabg
    This is a big piece. With the shipping will go over a hundred bucks.
    It's helka light. $15 shipping, max. 26" hi, 22" across. How many would you like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3LB
    OK, what's a charger plate? I'm on my phone and its a ***** to search anything
    A decorative charger plate is an elegant and underused element of a place setting. Also known as a chop plate, service plate, or underplate, a charger plate gets its "decorative" label because it never directly touches any food; instead it functions as an aesthetic resting place onto which food-bearing dishes and bowls are placed. A charger plate is usually larger than a dinner plate but smaller than a food-serving platter. As it need not hold food, it can be made out of a wider range of materials than regular dishes. In addition to standard china, plates made of metal, wood, mother of pearl, and even leather can be found.
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    It's a pretentious $60 placemat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ForeverAutumn
    It's a pretentious $60 placemat.
    I'm going to suggest that if you were to use it as a placemat, being the boor you are, dishes would slide off, as it stands upright on a stand, permanently attached.
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    But if it stands upright and you used it to put your plate on, wouldn't all the food fall off?

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    or maybe it would make cool sort of OB baffle for a small fullrange driver. what's the dims on that center dome?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ForeverAutumn
    But if it stands upright and you used it to put your plate on, wouldn't all the food fall off?
    Sigh.

    ...a charger plate gets its "decorative" label because it never directly touches any food
    ...it stands upright on a stand, permanently attached

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    Okay, then how does this happen?

    aesthetic resting place onto which food-bearing dishes and bowls are placed
    Oh, and why am I reading a thread about a useless dish, of all things?
    And the world will turn to flowing pink vapor stew.

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    Mods, delete thread, k?

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    Hmm...........
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    No. Don't delete the thread. We need to get to the bottom of this. How do I rest my dish on this thing if it's upright on a permanent stand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ForeverAutumn
    No. Don't delete the thread. We need to get to the bottom of this. How do I rest my dish on this thing if it's upright on a permanent stand?
    Do you have any tin dishes? Think Swan station.
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