Circa 1934 Reed & Barton Silver Plate Serving Tray


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Circa 1934 Reed and Barton Silver Plate Serving Tray. Reed and Barton was founded in 1824 and have risen to become the most recognizable names in American silver. They have done everything from producing the Atlanta 1996 Olympic medals to having a very long-standing relationship and history with the White House. This elegant serving tray has endless uses. Use this tray to serve drinks and food, or use it as an ottoman tray, place on a dresser to display perfumes, a centerpiece base, A home decor accent, a breakfast in bed tray, or a unique gift idea. Some things in life are best served on a silver platter.

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Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions L 17.5 x W 26.25 x H 2 in
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Place of Origin

United States


Electro Plated Nickel Silver


Gorgeous tray is heavy, and thick. There are some light nicks and scratches, but they do not distract from the beauty of the tray. The back is stamped with Reed and Barton, 5601 23, Regent and EPNS for Electro Plated Nickel Silver. Electroplate is formed when a thin layer of pure or sterling silver is deposited electrolytically on the surface of a base metal. This tray has no wear through the plating and no restorations. Nickel's resemblance to silver helps disguise any worn spots that develop over time. Some microscopic specks of rust forming on the back of the handles.

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