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E.S & Co

  • 1950

    E.S & Co

    7892 Art Deco Silver Tray

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    An excellent plain styled sterling silver tray with art deco geometric shape and having a simple reed border and carrying handles.

    Weight 2352 grams, 75.6 troy ounces.
    Spread 54cm. Length 46cm. Width 33cm.
    Sheffield 1950.
    Maker E.S & Co.

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