Offered is a massive, mid century brass tray table with spider leg wood base. The tray is the largest we've ever seen, measuring 53-1/3"L. It weighs a heavy 27 pounds, itself. The tray is hand engraved/chased with a vine leaf and flower decoration, and a deep gallery edge. The base appears to be made of teak, with brass hardware (feet and hinges) and opens to either oval or round if all the legs are fully out.
Overall, the table is in very good condition. The tray has some tarnish and spots here and there - nothing out of the ordinary. The wood base appears solid and all the hardware is present. Minor wear to wood, some little nicks and scratches as expected (has not been touched up).
The hinges all work well and feet are tight.
Tray has no markings. For size reference, the 2nd photo shows a regular 16 ounce of bottled water placed in center.
Weighs about 27 pounds
1-7/8"H gallery rim
Weighs about 13 pounds
39-1/2"L at top
44"L at feet
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