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Tray, Poole, Lancaster Rose 428, Silverplate, Vintage 19", SOLD

Tray, Poole, Lancaster Rose 428, Silverplate, Vintage 19", SOLD

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  • Pattern:  Vintage Silver Tray, Lancaster Rose 428 by Poole Silver
  • Made: in Taunton, MA, USA 
  • Vintage: circa 1947- 1971.  (See notes below)
  • Details:  Very large, heavy, hard to find serving tray made by Poole Silver Company.  It has a thick floral scroll trim with an etched scroll and floral center.  The back has several markings:  Letters EPCA which stand for Electro Plated, and other letters which identify additional based metals (copper, etc).  The number 428 refers to pattern/style or mold number for reference.  This is a very heavy, large tray, please keep that in mind at check-out.
  • Material: Silver plate
  • Dimension: 19 inches in Diameter
  • Condition:  Vintage - Used.  Good condition.  As with all used silver and silverplated items, there are surface scratches visible, especially in center due to normal use/wear and expected with age.  There are no chips or dents.  Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can't accept returns. Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new, every effort has been made to show scratches, wear and tear and imperfections. 

Poole Silver Company located in Taunton, Massachusetts, began producing its wares in 1893, made a wide range of silver plate and sterling silverware. Dating Poole silver plate using the markings on the metal alone is impossible, due to there being no standard marking system used by the company. Determining an exact manufacture date is unlikely, but I can establish a general date based on the pattern, Lancaster Rose originated in 1947 and continued mfg by Poole until 1971 when they sold the company to Towle.  Although Towle continued manufacturing this pattern, any Lancaster Rose manufactured after 1971 would say Towle.  This piece is most likely from 1969-1971, but could be much older.

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