Hand Printed Large Vintage 'Aldi' Plate

Haus of Lucy

£50.00 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 25th July
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    • Standard delivery
    • 31st July - 1st August
    • Express delivery
    • 30th - 31st July

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  • Vegan Friendly
  • Recycled Materials
  • Made in UK
Description

Well, you won't find *these* down the middle aisle! Be the envy of your friends and family with this unique vintage Aldi plate...

Well, you won't find *these* down the middle aisle! Be the envy of your friends and family with this unique vintage Aldi plate.
This beautiful china platter will instantly update your sideboard or statement wall with a hit of instant 'cool'. It would also make a perfect gift for the savvy shopper in your life, you know, the one always banging on about their amazing beauty dupes.

Need to know

This hand printed plate measures 24cm x 27cm and weighs 500g. We recommend this is a decorative plate only and should not actually be used as a food receptacle. Signed by the artist, this plate is an original 1/1.

Delivery

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Delivery options available

Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 31st July - 1st August

Express delivery: £6.00
Receive it by 30th - 31st July

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Haus of Lucy

brighton, east sussex

I'm Haus Of Lucy, a contemporary multi-media artist. I am obsessed with marrying together the old fashioned and unloved with the contemporary, whether it's an oil painting, a ceramic figurine or a vintage plate.

Since quitting my old life as a magazine designer, I have worked with Adidas, Footlocker, Lazy Oaf, Primark and Greggs (I'm STILL waiting for that lifetime's supply of vegan sausage rolls).

I thrive on creating a contrast between old and new, urban and classic.