Vintage Daher Rectangular Metal Tray Made in England
The personality of a house is indefinable, but there never lived a lady of great cultivation and charm whose home, whether a palace, a farm-cottage or a tiny apartment, did not reflect the charm of its owner. Emily Post, 1925
Made in England for Daher, a US-based gift packaging company headquartered in Long Island, New York, this vintage metal tray has all sorts of handy purposes. Containing a gorgeous coral peony center floral bouquet and a decorative edge of poppy-like flowers, it's a beautiful art piece in and of itself. But it's also highly adaptable for use as a tea or snack tray, a desk organizer, a mail holder, and a place to keep your keys, phone, and other assorted odds and ends. It even makes a great cocktail carrier.
Here in the Vintage Kitchen, we love it best for its serving tray abilities. Whether you are carrying cool-weather cocktails to the patio, afternoon tea to the living room, or serving morning coffee in bed, this tray will keep all your beverages neatly contained.
Well-sized at 14" inches (length) x 7.25" inches (width) it easily holds two teacups with saucers while leaving extra room for cream and sugar, a bud vase, and assorted linens.
- Colors include navy blue, gold, spring green, aqua, rust, coral and black
- Stamped on back with maker's mark
In lovely vintage condition. Very clean and bright, the front contains no rust marks or dents. There is one very, very light scratch near the longest navy blue leaf. The back is very clean and rust-free with just a couple of small scratches near the maker's mark. Please see photos.
Measures 14" inches (length) x 7.25" inches (width) x1.15" inches (depth) and weighs 6oz.
We love Daher tins for their outstanding beauty and colorful charm. Find more in the shop here.