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Silver Trays63 of 72Antique Miniature Silver Filigree TrayHand wrought silver tray
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    Posted 12 years ago

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    I dont know much about this tray, it is in very nice condition, but needs polished a little 7 3/4 by 11 inches and a 1/2 inch deep, I believe it is sterling

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    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 12 years ago
      Hi from Sydney, Australia!
      WN is the maker, The Crown says that it is Sheffield, the Lion Passant guarantees the sterling content, the last mark is a date letter which I cannot fully make out. Check it with this site:
      Then the year of making will enable you to pinpoint a makerfor sure : either William Nowill (1827..1844) or William Needham (1894..1938). Two different time periods. Only the date letter will tell.
      But I'll take a guess from the image and style of the tray and say it's William Needham 1903, based on what I see as an "l".
      The design is typically "Edwardian" and can be described as a flat tray with a lobed edge, the central surface covered in elaborate repoussé decoration, including birds, tulips and a "North Wind" figure.
      Wish it were mine!
    2. Deanteaks Deanteaks, 11 years ago
      thank you
    3. Buttonista, 11 years ago
      That's not the north's Greenman. A popular European motif! I collect Greenman Buttons, as well as Greenman "stuff". He's usually depicted with his mouth open and vines coming out. I want this tray!!! Here's an article:
    4. Deanteaks Deanteaks, 11 years ago
      thank you buttonista, I do see the face in the lower middle of the tray, what is it worth? we can't sell on here, but I would part with it, it is in very nice condition
    5. Deanteaks Deanteaks, 11 years ago
      Boogieman Tray :)-Greenman Nice Piece
    6. Buttonista, 11 years ago
      :) Thanks! I only deal with hallmarked silver Buttons and Buckles but here is my findings on your hallmark:

      Solid silver not plated
      William Neale & Son
      Probably a Berry dish

      Jason's're gonna have to weigh that sucker and see what the troy weight is and you'll have a better idea of where to start your pricing at.
    7. stainedglass stainedglass, 11 years ago
      Hello Deanteaks! I happened upon this listing, and thought I'd share this resource w/ you, [and any others, who read this], in case you haven't already bookmarked it - comprehensive, sterling, world-dating charts.

      Pretty piece, by the way!

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