Antique 1893 Silver Plated Tray from The Waldorf Hotel NYC

$275.00
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A beautiful antique Victorian era silver plated serving tray from The Waldorf Hotel in New York City. The Waldorf was a precursor to the Waldorf-Astoria; It opened in 1893, combined a few years later with the Astoria hotel next-door and demolished to make way for the Empire State building. The current Waldorf-Astoria building was built in 1931. A rare piece of New York City hotel history!

In excellent condition for a piece that’s 120+ years old, no large dents or damage. Some surface scratches and small marks/bumps you’d expect from old hotel silver that was used daily. The silver plating is in beautiful condition. Marked on the base with Gorham marks and the date mark for 1893, dating this piece to the opening of the hotel! Also marked with the first managers name, George C. Boldt , and the hotel name.

Tray measures 12” wide

Antique 1893 Silver Plated Tray from The Waldorf Hotel NYC