A sheet of frosted acrylic with rear-mounted bayonet base creates a new style of merchandising display surface. I am not overly found of the hazy show-through of the backplates though, and think I would have used an opaque material. Halfway is a weak visual position in merchandising or any design. My position would be either show backs completely mounted on the front, or hide completely mounting from rear. So who said I couldn’t be decisive? Or maybe two recommendations is one too many for “decisive.”

For interesting alternatives see…
Bayonet Mount Outfits Acrylic“ (This Post)
Bar Outfitted with Bayonet Mount
Bayonet Mount Hook
Bar Merchandiser Plugs-In
Large-Bore Plug-in Hook
Hidden Hex-Key Mount Faceout
Round Faceout Fits Square Hole

Moving farther afield browse…
Plug ‘N Play Jewelry Display
Wood Inlay as Point-of-Purchase Display
Basketball as a Seasonal Theme
Tree-Like Display Sports Metal Faceouts
Hat Ledge Plugs In
When to Use a Permanent Hook
Baseline Post for Plug-in Hooks
Plug-in and Pegboard Hooks Combine
Plug-in Hook of a Different Sort