Modern Michigan Seal Change Tray
Go old school in a new-school kind of way. The streamlined symbols here echo Michigan’s seal and speak of our steadfast heritage. Here, magnificent wildlife and natural beauty support strength and stamina. Michigan’s native elk, moose and American bald eagle form one shield surrounding a smaller shield featuring one of our iconic sunsets … or is that a sunrise? You decide.
In 1837, Michigan was admitted to the Union as the 26th state. The Latin term, Tuebor, means “I will defend,” and refers to Michigan’s frontier position. So here’s to today’s frontiersmen and women. May their minds be sharp and their spirits high.
Trays are made of lightweight, high-impact fiberglass with reinforced edges and are stain, odor and scratch-resistant, as well as dishwasher safe.
- 6" x 4 1/4"
- made of lightweight, high-impact fiberglass with reinforced edges
- stain, odor and scratch-resistant
- dishwasher safe
- made in Northern, MI
Robert and Sherri Jameson, with their little French Bulldog, Chauncey, spend their time touring the state in their little Airstream trailer, looking for design inspiration and digging for one-of-a-kind vintage pieces. Peninsulas is where they share their Michigan-inspired designs and products for lake and land.