With an aesthetic that evokes the charms of the Victorian era, this tray is sure to impress guests. Handles make for easy carrying, and the pierced gallery helps prevent stills. The tray rests atop elegantly curved feet.
In 2001, antiques enthusiast Howard White purchased the veritable Corbell Company, known for its 8,000 silver-plate, silver, and English sterling reproductions and antiques, which he turned into his own Corbell Silver Company. Today White combs through the best resources in Britain and the United States, hand-selecting perhaps one out of every hundred items he sees as worthy of his company’s imprimatur.
This two feet wide tray, c. 1910, sports
graceful handles and a two inch high, elegantly pierced gallery. It rests atop bun feet. Howard White scrutinizes thousands of pieces of vintage silverware and silver plate so that you don’t have ...
A pierced silver plated tray engraved with romantic
flourishes is elegantly posed atop diminutive claw and ball feet. In 2001 antiques enthusiast Howard White purchased the veritable Corbell Company, known for its 8,000 silver plate, silver, and English sterling reproductions ...