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Machine Age round chrome serving tray has a center well holding a matching covered condiment dish. The handle is more traditionally styled than Mid Cntury Modern, with a cutout design at the center and an engraved fleur de lis on each side. There is a ribbed raised zipper pattern all around inside the rim on the top surface. Condiment dish is clear glass with a chrome lid topped by a cherry red bakelite knob; has a molded rayed base typical of Depression Glass condiment dishes. Would date it to circa 1950, perhaps a few years earlier.

Tray measures 9 1/2 inches across. Handle stands 5 7/8 inches tall when raised to stand above the center (folds down against the tray surface for storage). Center well measures 4 1/4 inches inside. Glass dish stands 1 1/2 inches tall and holds 6-8 ounces. Chrome lid fits just right. Red knob is guaranteed to be old bakelite; turned the cloth dark amber when tested with Simichrome polish. No maker's mark.

In good condition. Top chrome surface shows a few dark spots (see photo 2) and surface marks, and the handle is spotted rather than bright and shiny. Bottom of glass dish has a v-shaped missing bit where it sits inside the well (not visible in use) -- is perfectly smooth so may be a molding defect rather than a chip. Even with its age wear, this tray will make a swanky presentation on your table or buffet.

Vintage Chrome Tray with Condiment Dish Red Bakelite Knob Mid Century Modern

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: glass, chrome plated metal, bakelite
  • Feedback: 109 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Pennsylvania, United States.
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