The VFD will work fine on the motor, but the controls could be damaged.
If all you need the 3 phase for is the motor, give me the motor name plate information. Specifically HP, voltage and current. Or you can go to www.kbelectronics.com.
Here look for the inexpensive chassis type control. The dimensions will be approximately 4"x4"x2" for controls under 5 HP.
Note: The output of a VFD is not a true sign wave. It is a simulated sign wave derived from the DC bus on board the drive. This output is not as clean as a true sign wave like you would see with a transformer output. That is why you must use caution using motors that are not designed to be used on VFD's. Motors that are VFD rated have magnet wire that is rated for over 1500 volts and in some cases special bearings. Do not let this over concern you. It is just a warning of possible motor failure.