This is an exceptional Neo-Classical antique English Victorian silver plated service tray by the renowned silversmith Thomas Latham and Ernest Morton Birmingham. circa 1870 in date.
The shaped rectangular tray features elegantly engraved foliage decoration to the main body and has a beautiful reeded gallery with repousse leaf, flower and scroll decoration with a central dedication to Miss Jeanie Anderson.
It is raised on decorative bracket feet and has an elegant repousse leaf and flower handle to each side.
Add an elegant touch to your home with this useful tray.
In excellent condition, please see photos for confirmation.
Dimensions in cm:
Height 4 x Width 56 x Depth 33
Dimensions in inches:
Height 1.6 x Width 22.0 x Depth 13.0
The partnership of Thomas Latham and Ernest Morton was established in 1866 in Birmingham.
Later they were joined in the partnership by Austin Edmund Latham and John Morton.
The firm was active at Pallas Works, 115/116 Vyse Street, Birmingham (1898-1901).
After the retirement of Thomas Latham (1904) the firm was converted into a limited liability company under the style of Latham & Morton Ltd (1915).
Our reference: A1528