This is a beautiful ice cream tray in an unknown pattern. The blank quality and cutting is exceptionally high quality, so it was most likely made by one of the premier manufacturers of the period!
The pattern consists of a central star of David formation surrounding a hobstar. The points of hte formation are made up of flat hobnail which are surrounded by another layer of crosshatching and cane. Beautiful propellor-like vesicas divide the rest of the pattern which is made up of large hobstars. The ends of the tray have two particularly lovely and unsually shaped hobstars. They are quite sharp.
The tray measures 14 1/4″ long, 7 3/4″ wide and 2 1/2″ tall. Again, I can express how beautiful and clear the blank of this piece is. There is hardly any damage-just some small fleabites in the cutting and one or two on the edge. This piece is worth far more than what I’m asking, so don’t miss out.
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