This decorative tray illustrates the iconic Mercedes taxis from the 1950s that were seen all over the city of Beirut during the French mandate. The designer's signature stripes in vibrant red and white sit in the background.
With the words ‘Tu Me Manques’ meaning ‘I Miss you’ in French and the word BEY written in vintage type is short for Beyrouth. Abbreviated here for a funky touch, playing on the pop culture use of BEY.
Our decorative trays come in two sizes and are made from scratch-proof plastic. Ideal for everyday use, parties, and events. They can be used anywhere from your kitchen to your living room and even as a clutter collector.
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