This 1950s hand wrought aluminum revolving lazy susan server tray was made by Wilson Metal Products of Brooklyn New York. It has an attractive incised design of feathery scroll swoops and tassels around the rim, and baskets of roses in the center. It's designed to take a 5 to 6-1/2 inch bowl or dish at the center, but it came with a deep-welled etched glass plate or tray that fits the space.
The lazy susan is 14-1/2 inches diameter by 2-3/4 inches high. It's clean, shiny, and in good condition with some minor, light cleaning and use marks to the un-etched surface areas. A soft toothbrush and some Dawn liquid will remove the dark outlining to the decoration if desired, but I left some of it so the detail would show up in the photos. The glass plate has a beautiful floral and ribbon etch but has quite a bit of scratching. It doesn't show up when sitting on the lazy susan of course. I've tentatively identified the plate as Dorflinger Kalana Rose Band and Ribbon, 1910s-1920s. If the buyer prefers not to take the glass plate, the boxed shipping weight will be reduced by about 2 pounds - just let me know when you order if you don't want the plate.