In the United States, the words “waiter” and “tray” go together like bread and butter, but in the U.K., a “waiter” is also a small salver, which is a tray that’s used exclusively to serve beverages and food to one’s guests. Salvers can be footed or flat, but their edges are usually raised so that one can pick the salver up when it’s sitting on a flat surface. After all, unlike many trays, salvers lack handles. The tazza, which can be considered a salver if it’s flat and sits on a round, center foot.
Vintage Oxford Silver Plated C&S or wafer Tray w/ engraving A-10 25.00 Scratches on bottom - Good condition for age, silverplate in good order. Sole chased with scrolling stylized etched design and lovely faded antique tarnish, markings read " Oxford . Ideally sized for holding keys, cell phone, wallet,...Add to CartDetails
Silver Plate Pedestal Victorian Plate E.P. Copper Cake/Candy Dish 1018 S210 .N 38.00 Silver plated cake/candy stand with an ornate pattern engraved on the top - patina of slight tarnish to add to its charm there are age spots and the plate is at about a 20% lose on the base. The edge has a scalloped...Add to CartDetails
Engraved Silverplated Tray w/ Ornate Handles 04-64 45.00 Silver plated tray has gorgeous ornate handles. Scalloped, fluted and engraved with quality makes a perfect serving tray for an elegant party. The tray is heavy and well-made and In great condition. A few scratches - A small amount of tarnish left...Add to CartDetails