Just found these words actually have their own wikipedia entry: [link]
"Ordnung muss sein" is a German proverbial expression which translates as "there must be order." The idea of "order" is generally recognized as a key cliche for describing German culture. Franz von Papen, for instance, cited it in 1932 as Frederick the Great's "classic expression". As a slogan used by Paul von Hindenburg, it became "world famous" in 1930, according to The New York Times. A longer version is contained in a mid-19th century collection of proverbs: "Ordnung muss sein, sagte Hans, da brachten sie ihn in das Spinnhaus." In English: "Order must be, said Hans, so they took him to the madhouse."
Alphabet soup in epoxy resin. The plate will later get a little picture hook on the backside so it can be hung on a wall.