Spirit of Detroit Tin Tray
Our Architectural Series pays tribute to the state of Michigan's unique mixture of urban and rural landmarks.
First in the series is our tribute to the venerable Marshall Fredericks' statue, "The Spirit of Detroit". Installed in 1958, it serves as an enduring symbol of the city's rich history. From sports teams to city departments, the silhouette of this iconic statue has been an inspiring image for decades of Detroiters. So, the next time you’re rolling down Woodward, take your time to appreciate this fixture of Detroit history and culture.
A perfect catch-all tray for everything from that cute pair of earrings you found in Midtown, to the leftover change from your last visit to the Barcade, and all your other valuable trinkets. This tray makes a wonderful souvenir or gift for anyone and everyone who loves "The Paris of the Midwest".
Check out the matching Spirit of Detroit Glass and the other artwork in this series, celebrating the Mackinac Bridge.
7" x 5-1/2"
An original Peninsulas design.