From a Texas oilman’s estate, this gold tone metal vanity tray was obviously used daily by the lady of the house. Measuring 13 ¾” long, 10” wide and 1 ¾” high, it has needlework on what looks like linen under glass. It is done in a floral pattern of blue, purple, green, gold, and berry on an ecru background. The tray has interesting metal clips that keep the suede-like finished pressed board bottom attached. The bottom shows lots of wear, which I can’t figure out, since it is up on small round feet. At some point, the bottom got wet in one area and has warped a bit, but it is hard to spot when it is sitting on the counter.
This would be a nice addition to your dressing table or vanity. Please contact us if you have any questions. We will always consider any reasonable offer for our pieces.
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1950s Vanity Tray with Needlework Inset