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A great piece for your kitchen collectables, this is a large red and gold tin serving tray made by Cheinco Housewares. This is advertizing the Ladies home Journal from May 1909 and is a picture of a lovely in a large red hat and Gibson Girl style of dress and hair. The metal is in great condition with only a few minor dents and a couple of scratches but they do not detract from the graphics and print of the tray.
The back has scratches and the tray needs to be cleaned, but over all it is a lovely piece of early 1970's kitchen decor.

Please see the pictures for further details; they are part of our description of the item.

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We are Rose and Ann, a pair of – well let’s just say Mid Century Modern – cousins who travel and share a knack for finding the truly Different and Unique items of the life and times of bygone eras. We LOVE to find the wonderful items that we bring you in this shop almost as much as finds for our own collections.
We strive to offer the best in Unique, Antique, Vintage and Retro treasures to enhance your collections. Some are from our own overly large collection. Some we happen across in our travels and opt to share with our fellow enthusiasts. Regardless of your shopping goals from collecting to everyday wear to gifts and beyond, we hope you find something of interest. Enjoy and please come back often as we never know what we will find next!

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We use UPS and USPS, the least expensive for the package size and weight. Wherever possible we use recycled shipping products, unless special requested by the purchaser for new containers.
Unfortunately due to the recent hike in postal rates, we had to raise our shipping and handling charges.

We ship items every weekday.

Returns, refunds or exchanges

Because each one is a pre-loved antique, vintage, or retro item, returns are not accepted. Please make sure you look at the pictures, description, and ask us questions if you have any, BEFORE you purchase. Only if we have completely misrepresented the item, and you send it back to us at your cost, we will discuss a refund with the customer.

Please remember these are all Vintage pieces and some blemishes are part of their charm. We do our best to describe each item as completely as possible; the photos are part of the description so please look them over carefully before you decide to purchase the item/s. As each one is unique, there are no exchanges available.
If you have any questions, Please contact us at rabulleo [!at] gmail.com

Vintage Tin BAR Serving Tray 1909 The Ladies Home Journal advertising 70s Kitchen Collectible shabby chic french country gibson girl

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