A very decorative late Victorian shaped oak and silver plate gallery tray with shaped, rounded corners standing on four bun feet. (c.1900)
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|Maker||R. Stewart, Glasgow|
|Height||5 cm (2")|
A very decorative late Victorian shaped oak and silver plate gallery tray with shaped, rounded corners and a pierced oval design plated gallery standing on four bun feet. The applied handles have a gadroon and shell design and there is a rectangular pierced scroll vacant centre cartouch. In very good re-plated condition.
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