Reed & Barton Sterling Silver Sandwich Tray X300 Square Trajan Pattern 9-1/2"
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Weighs 379.62 g / 244.13 dwt / 12.21 ozt Company name: Reed & Barton Pattern name: Trajan, X300 Piece: Square sandwich tray Date introduced: Metal: Sterling silver Condition: Pre-owned, some small dings in bottom Since 1924, the combined skills of Henry G. Reed and Charles E. Barton have created beautiful flatware, chests, cigar humidors, and, through acquiring floundering companies, also give us Miller Rogaska Crystal, Sheffiled Collection items, and have become the only importer of Belleek Fine Parian China and Aynsley Fine English Bone China tableware. They were instrumental in producing weapons for the Union army during the American Civil War. These days they are best known for their elegant and expertly designed sterling silver flatware in Taunton, MA. This Trajan pattern is wonderfully simple and pretty, and even though there are some signs of wear in the form of dings in the bottom, with a napkin or paper doily underneath sandwiches, it will serve you well with no one the wiser. If you serve sandwiches regularly, how can you make out without one of these excellent sterling silver sandwich trays whenever you have company or a small gathering, you may be wondering.
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