English, sterling silver Deco, large octagonal handwrought footed tray, measuring 22″ x 18″. Made by Peter Guille, London 1941. Hallmarked on underside. Great as a drinks tray, food serving tray or even as a table centrepiece. Tray weighs 4.370 grams. Peter Guille originally was the vice president of Crichton & Co, silversmiths circa 1925, before taking over the shop in 1936 and manufacturing fine silver under his own name. Like Crichton, Peter Guille made excellent examples of fine English hand forged silver, and continued as a silversmith until 1953 when he then became vice president of the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation until his death in 1966. Robert Sterling Clark had been a collector & client of Crichton’s & Peter Guille for many years.
Stunning, antique Victorian, sterling silver 2 handled tray. Hand engraved floral & foliate decorated surface with applied border & cast handles to match. Hallmarked on rear of tray with a full set of clear hallmarks. Made by Charles Riley & George Storer, London 1848. The tray stands on 6 half ball feet. Tray measures 32″ x 20.75″ Tray weighs over 5 kilo
Sterling Silver Round Footed Salver / Tray With Applied Border & Standing On 3 Cast Feet. Hallmarked On The Underside. Reid & Sons. Dated 1930.
Sterling Silver Round Salver / Tray In A Georgian Style With Applied Gadroon Border, Standing On 3 Cast Feet. Howard & Co, New York, Circa 1900.
English Sterling Silver Round Footed Tray / Salver Made By Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1937. The Tray With A Gadroon Border Stands On 4 Ball & Claw Feet, And Is 12.50″ Diameter.
Stunning and exceptional quality, antique sterling silver cast and pierced border tray. Made by Shreve & Co. in San Francisco, circa 1910. The border is beautifully cast and pierced and the centre of the tray has hand engraved decoration to match. Great as a bar tray, serving tray, coffee tray, fruit or food platter. A multitude of uses and also very decorative when not in use as a centrepiece. Tray measures 30.65″ x 17.50″ x 1.75″ high. Tray weighs 4865 grams.
Round Antique English Tray In The Ashburnham Pattern, Made In London, 1871, By John Hunt & Robert Roskell (Formerly Storr & Mortimer). Tray Is 17″ diameter. Weighs 2,100 grams The pattern was originally designed for the Earl Of Ashburnham, an avid traveller, collector of fine art, rare books & manuscripts. The Earl commissioned an extensive silver dinner service with a new and particular design, adapted from Moorish ornament, made by the firm of Storr & Mortimer in the 1830’s. The pattern was continued into the late 1800’s by Hunt & Roskell, the continuation of the firm of Storr & Mortimer
An unusual suite of 3, nesting, sterling silver round footed salvers/trays made in England by Ellis Barker / Barker Brothers silversmiths. The 3 matching salvers are all with a fine bead or pearl applied border, and each stands on 4 ball & claw feet. Hallmarked on the rear of each. Largest is 13.75″, dated 1965. Middle size is 11.75″, dated 1949. Smallest salver is 9.75″, dated 1937. Great quality & maker. Very serviceable for a variety of serving or drink related uses. Also great as a presentation piece
Georg Jensen complete set of 12 service plates No. 587C by Johan Rohde. Each with a beautiful hand-hammered surface. 11″ diameter. Total weight for the 12 is 7,875 grams. All are marked 587C, with various date marks.
Shell & gadroon border, antique English, large sterling silver, 2 handled tray. Made in London by the silversmith of the Barnards family. Hallmarked on the underside, 1898. Tray measures 29.75″ x 19.75″
English, Sterling Silver, 2 Handled Sandwich or Bar Tray. Hallmarked On Rear. Made By Horace Woodward & Co, Dated 1946. The Tray Is Centered With A Beautiful Hand Engraved Crest & Latin Motto That Translates As “Aim At A Sure Thing”. 17 3/4″ x 5 3/4″.
English, sterling silver, oval footed salver / tray. Made by CJ Vander, London, 1962. Tray measures 16″ x 12.25″ x 1.25″ high
Rectangular Sterling Silver 2 Handled, Footed Tray. The Surface With Hand Engraved Decoration, The Applied Border With A Shell & Gadroon Design, Matching The Cast Shell & Gadroon Handles. Tray Stands On 4 Cast Gadroon Rimmed Feet. Hallmarked On Front Of Tray. Made By Mark Willis, 1898. 27 3/4″ x 17 5/8″
Victorian English, 2 Handled, Footed Tray Made By Edward Barnard & Sons, London 1837. Shaped rectangular form with heavy cast leaf, shell & scroll border. The surface of the tray is hand chased with scrolling foliage around a vacant cartouche. Tray stands on four cast oak shell feet
Oval, two handled, sterling silver, Georgian style tray with applied reeded border and cast handles to match. Made By L A Crichton, London, 1919. Hallmarked on underside. The tray measures 28″ x 17.50″. The usable surface area of the tray is 21″ x 15″.
Large Oval, 2 Handled, Sterling Silver Gallery Tray. Tiffany Portugal. 20″ x 14″ x 2 1/8 High.
A superb quality twin-handled sterling silver tea or drinks tray of octagonal form. The cast and applied pierced border with undulating rim and floral decoration. The central plate with an intricately hand engraved border of flowers and foliage surrounding a contemporary monogram of an M. The two cast handles of richly detailed fruit and foliage supported by two bacchus masks to the underside. The whole standing on four bun feet. Made by Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall. 1890. 24″ x 15.75″ x 2.5″ high. 3,375 grams Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall -Martin, Hall & Co- ,The origin of the firm in the partnership established in 1820 in Sheffield England by Henry Wilkinson and John Roberts who traded as Wilkinson & Roberts.The firm’s chronology is: John Roberts (1836), Roberts & Hall ( 1846), Martin Hall & Co (1854), Martin Hall & Co Ltd (1866-1936). Martin Hall & Co was one of the best known British manufacturers and participated to many international exhibitions including the Crystal Palace 1851 Great Exhibition
English Sterling Silver 14″ Square Footed Salver / Tray, Retailed In New York By James Robinson. Hallmarked 1975
George IV, Antique English, Sterling Silver, 26 1/2″ Round Footed Tray. Of Shaped Circular Form, Cast With Shell And Scroll Borders, The Center Hand Engraved With A Vacant Cartouche Within Foliate Scroll, Diaper & Scale Pattern, Leaf-Capped Scroll Feet. Made By Joseph Hardy, London 1826. Hallmarked On Underside Of Tray
Sterling silver, Art Nouveau style, large round tray. Made By Redlich & Co For Spaulding & Co Of Chicago. The floral, three dimensional border is crisp and beautifully detailed. Measures: 16.25″ diameter.
English, sterling silver two handled tray. Made in London by Frank & Samuel Fenton in 1886. Cast handles, applied heavy bead border and beautiful hand engraved decoration, centered by a blank cartouche. Tray measures: 29.5″ x 18.75″.
Large Oval 2 Handled, Antique Sterling Silver Tray In The Plymouth Pattern. Made By Gorham Silversmiths. Dated 1912 26.25″ x 19.50″
English, Sterling Silver Salver / Round Tray Having A Round Shaped Form With Applied Bead/Pearl Border, Standing On 4 Cast Claw & Ball Feet. Made By Barker Brothers. Hallmarked 1949.
An Exceptional, Unusual, Decorative And Usable Cast Border, Sterling Silver Tray. The Border & Handles Are Cast With Grape & Vine Decoration. In Amongst The Vine Are A Variety Of Detailed Insects, Snails Etc. The Handles Have The Bacchus Mask. The Center Of The Tray Has A Beautifully Hand Engraved Dove With Olive Branch Armorial. An Amazing Piece Of Silver… A Work Of Art. Tray Is Fully & Correctly Hallmarked. Weighs 4,986 Grams = 160 Troy Oz.
A Very Large, Sterling Silver Art Nouveau Style 2 Handled Tray. Made By The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Of Regent Street, London, Jewelers To The Queen. Fully & Hallmarked For London 1929. The Tray With Hand Engraved Decoration, Cast Handles And Centered With A Beautiful Hand Engraved 3 Letter Monogram. The Rear Of The Tray Has A Later Inscription As Follows: “To Tania On Her 21st Birthday. With Love From Jimmy. 8th January 1934”. What A Great 21st Birthday Present. Tray Measures 28.25″ x 21.25″ From Border To Border, And 35.5″ Including The Handles. Rare To Find Such A Large Sterling Tray, Especially Of This Quality, And By An Excellent Silversmith.
Superb Quality Antique French Sterling Silver Tray, By Maison Odiot, Paris. The Work And Style Of This Tray Are Very Unique To Parisian Silversmiths, Even Down To The Hand Engraved Monogram In The Center Cartouche And The Heavy Quality Applied Border & Handles. The Standard Of Silver Is 950 Standard Which Is Actually Higher Quality Than Sterling, Which Is 925, And Again Is Typical Of Parisian Silversmiths. This Really Is An Exceptional Tray, Usable And Very Decorative. Tray measures 32.5″ x 22.25″. Weight 4,850 Grams.
An Exceptional Quality & Condition, Martin & Hall Octagonal Sterling Silver Gallery Tray, With Cast Handles & Feet. The Surface Of This Tray Is Beautifully Hand Engraved, And The Gallery Rim Hand Engraved & Pierced. Standing On 8 Cast Feet. This Is One Of The Best Styles Of Gallery Tray One Can Find, The Quality Is Superb. Made By Martin & Hall, One Of The Premier Victorian Silversmiths. Fully & Correctly Hallmarked. Dated 1878. 27.5″ x 18.25″ x 4.25″ High.
Superb quality, 2 handled, antique Victorian tray. Beautiful hand engraved decoration, applied border, cast handles & 4 cast shell feet. Measures 30.25″ x 19.5″ x 3.75″ high. Weighing in at over 5.70 kilo. Made in London by Rebecca Emes & John Barnard, one of the premier English silversmithing firms, and possibly one of the oldest silversmithing firms in the world. The origin of this business having been established by Anthony Nelme c. 1680. Francis Nelme inherited the business on the death of his father in 1722 and continued until 1739 when Thomas Whipham took over the business. On his death in 1756 his son Thomas Whipham jr took into partnership Charles Wright. Thomas retired in 1775 and the business was continued by Charles Wright. The business was amalgamated by Henry Chawner in 1786 and the latter son of Edward Barnard (I) became the foreman of the firm. Chawner was master to the first Edward Barnard (I) so that the connection of the Barnard family can be traced from 1773. In 1796 took into partnership John Emes that became the owner after the retirement of Chawner, maintaining Edward Barnard (I) as manager. Emes died in 1808 and his widow Rebecca took as partner Edward Barnard (I). Rebecca Emes withdrew in 1829 and Edward Barnard (I) became the proprietor with his son Edward Barnard (II), John Barnard and William Barnard, trading under the style Edward Barnard & Sons. After the retirement of Edward Barnard (I) the firm was continued by Edward Barnard (II) (1846-1851), John Barnard (I) (1846-1868), William Barnard (1846), Edward Barnard (III) (1868), Walter Barnard (1868-1903), John Barnard (II) (1868-1903), Michael Barnard (1896-1903), Stanley Barnard (1896-1903) and Robert Dubcock (1896). The firm was converted into a limited liability company in 1910 under the style Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd. In 1977 Edward Barnard & Sons Limited became a subsidiary of Padgett & Braham Ltd.
English, Sterling Silver Square Footed Tray / Salver. Made By Peter Guille, London 1948. Unusual To Be Of The Higher Standard 950 Hallmark, As Opposed To The Standard 925 Hallmark. Ideal For Serving Drinks, Hors D’Oeuvres etc. Excellent For Presentation Award etc. Just One Of A Huge Selection Of Sterling Silver Trays In A Variety Of Sizes, Prices, Periods.
Antique English, Round Footed Salver / Tray With Gadroon Border. Standing On 4 Claw & Ball Feet. Sterling Silver, Made By Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London 1917. Ideal For Card Tray, Drinks, Hors D’oeuvres And Also For Presentation. This is just one from a selection of at least 20 small sterling trays we currently have in our huge inventory. Square, round & oval.
Sterling Silver, Hallmarked, Large Round Footed Salver / Tray. Made In Edinburgh By The famous Scottish Silversmith Hamilton & Inches, Dated 1926. 18″ Diamter.
Sterling Silver, English Hallmarked, Large Round Footed Salver / Tray. . 16 3/4″ Diameter. dated 1972
Sterling Silver, English Hallmarked, Large Round Footed Salver / Tray. 14″ Diameter. Hallmark 1959. Made By Robert Pringle & Sons Great As A Drinks Tray, Hoers D’oeuvres Or For Presentation / Trophy.
Victorian Sterling Silver, Footed, 2 Handled Tray Made By Edward & John Barnard, London 1853. The Oval Shaped Tray Standing On 4 Cast Feet, With 2 Cast Handles , Heavy Applied Border And Beautiful Hand Engraved Surface. Typical Of The Victorian Style. 28 1/4″ x 20″ x 2 1/2″ High. Fully & Correctly Hallmarked The Barnard Family, Probably One Of The Oldest Silversmithing Companies In The World, Tracing Back To Anthony Nelme Circa 1680, All The Way Until The Late 20th Century.