Posted 1 year ago
Pictured is a silver-plated rotating tray (AKA Lazy Susan) that was manufactured by the Friedman Silver Company. The company was founded in Brooklyn, NY in 1908 and bought by Gorham in 1960. The tray used to belong to my maternal grandmother who probably obtained it in the 1950s. On the far right is a picture of the three-symbol mark. The symbols include a unicorn, an abstract floral design (which almost resembles a fluer de lis although the company was American), and three storks. Across from the mark on the other side of the rim is the serial number 2159 R (not shown).