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This is a lovely pair of toleware trays. They have a classic octagonal shape with reticulated raised sides and a handle on either end. They have a lovely creamy buttery beige background. Each is handpainted, having a slightly different floral design. One already has a hanger on the back (this is a purchased hanger that you may remove; we've left this as found). This lovely pair of trays would be an exceptional addition to any collection.

AGE: c1950

DIMENSIONS: Each measures 22" x 16"

CONDITION: Good estate condition. Both trays retain 99% of their original paint. One has had a purchased wire hanger added to the back. All our items are used or antique and exhibit the normal amount of wear and tear that is commensurate with their age and usage.

WHERE IS IT FROM?: This is from a local Long Island farmhouse. This exquisite home is one of the oldest in our community and was a working farmhouse until about 30 years ago. Many of the pieces we obtained from this farmhouse are original to this c1800 house.

FREE SHIPPING: We are offering free shipping on this item via Fedex. Free pick up at our Northport, Long Island shop is also available and we do deliver to the NY tri-state area (lobby-only deliveries for walk ups). International customers note: free shipping applies to domestic US shipments; please email for shipping rates.

Our Inventory #): S261TC578P1210L1210050EL611

Pair TOLEWARE TRAYS - VINTAGE Hand Painted floral Beige Octagonal with Reticulated sides - Price Reduced - Free Shipping


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: tole, toleware
  • Only ships to United States from New York, United States.
  • Feedback: 82 reviews
  • Favorited by: 19 people