London, South Kensington
13 February 2001
A VICTORIAN PLATED TEA TRAY
MARK OF G.R.COLLINS, LAST HALF 19TH CENTURY
the rectangular tray with a robust openwork foliate, grape, vine and leaf motif border, heightened with shells at intervals, overall finely engraved with figures and animals within scrolling foliage, centrally engraved with a coat-of-arms, with two applied handles and raised on four open leaf and vine feet - 86.5cm(34in), over handles.
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