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NEW, Ring-Clip Place Cards, Place Card Holder, Menu Holder, Banquet Table Place Card Holders, Stainless Steel - 1 Dozen
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- Strong prongs grasp any cards or menus up to 2mm thick
- Elegant simple design base is heavy in weight
- Holds menu and cards of any size and weight vertically straight
- Price reflects a quantity of 1-dozen holders per order
- DIMENSIONS: Height - 2 Inches, Diameter (base) - 2⅛ Inches, Diameter (ring) - 1⅜ Inches
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These tabletop card/menu holders are ideal for any restaurant, party or banquet needs.
These holders are made from quality stainless steel, features a tight-ring hold with three insert channels and a heavy balanced base for a sturdy hold of yoru card menus, table number, name cards, etc.
Height - 2 Inches
Diameter (base) - 2⅛ Inches
Diameter (ring) - 1⅜ Inches
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Top Customer Reviews
The ring holders could easily be decorated for different occasions by tying a ribbon/bow around the base. I'll be using them for place card holders on our Christmas holiday table.
My son wrote the items name and drew some pictures for the food on the cards.
These are very small and versatile, not intrusive at all, but since they are circular like this there will be a small part of the card covered by the ring - not a big deal at all. They are sturdy and shiny.
I recommend these, they were such a nice touch.
These holders are fantastic. They are a nice weight and do not tip easily even when they are in use on tables being wheeled thru doorways, up ramps and around corners. The rings are not flimsy and although tight, you can get a sign in between with not problem. They look a little clunky in the picture and although they are not small I do not find them too big or obtrusive.
Over all I can 't think of one con.
I like to add a small card with the name of my dish whenever I take a dish to a party and I like to label each dish if I have a gathering at my home.
If I serve "mashed potatoes with black garlic" that mystery black lump is no longer in question and people are anxious to try the new dish.
if I have panko breaded fried avocados stuffed with queso they know what they are picking up and it just sounds better than the odd thing they are looking at.
You name it, vegetarians know if there is meat hidden in something and someone on a gluten free diet can know an item is breaded and bypass it, etc.
These are a nice commercial heavy weight and easy to work with. Blank place setting cards can also be ordered on Amazon.