I found this very interesting tray while thrifting
This is a metal tray with a hand painted design
This angle does not show the design
It has a label on the back
Hand-Painted chip and alcohol resistant
The Nashco Products Co. of New York City produced serving trays from the 1920s through the 1950s. They were used for serving drinks or appetizers to guests or as wall decorations. Trays of the 18th and 19th centuries were painted black with handpainted or stenciled motifs; French-made pieces are known as Toleware. Nashco made circular, square, and rectangular trays, as well as bowls and vanity trays.
In doing research on this tray I found mostly toile painted trays
This one is much more Mid-Century Modern as you can see
and I would guess made in the 50's
That wonderful turquoise color is so popular now
This try will be heading to my Etsy shop soon
I'm joining in these fun parties today
Diane at A Picture is Worth a 1000 Words
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