This is a superb, circa 1920 International Silver Co. sterling silver tray, in oval, beaded form.
Shown with similar period American sterling wares, now entirely listed.
Oval form. Wavy edge. Beautifully applied beaded trim. Recessed, wavy edge, smooth finish centre, monogrammed "ICS".
The tray is 18 1/2 inches long, 12 wide. Thick, heavy guage sterling, weighs 40 ounces. No "give" whatever, when held on end. Fine condition. Rich sterling patina. Many fine lines to centre, as shown, none deep. Hallmarked to base, as shown, bit rubbed.
Enjoy...entire collection shown, now listed.
Coming soon, a circa 1855 Tiffany salver, gorgeous feet, and several large sterling trays from Gorham and other American makers. A beautifully crafted seven piece Dutch miniature sterling Rococo suite, with 1899 English marks. And more Georgian sterling, including a c1820 tea set, salts, mustard pot, c1820, teapots, pitcher. Chinese export and Meiji sterling, including a cocktail shaker and beakers, cigarette case, various smalls, salts, and cruets and group of filigree. A most unusual petite sterling kettle on stand, and a superb mid 19th century coin pitcher, completely hand chased.
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