1930s New Yorker Hotel Serving Platter 16"
Collectible c. 1930s silver plated serving tray from the New Yorker Hotel in New York City. The Art Deco hotel opened in 1930 at the start of the Jazz/Big Band era, and boasted amenities of an underground tunnel leading to the subway, a retractable indoor ice rink for the New York Follies, snappy bellboys, and hosted bands like Benny Goodman and Tommy Dorsey.
The tray measures 16-1/8" by 11-3/8" and is in excellent condition. A few tiny little dings and some light areas of wear. Manufactured by Blackstone Silver Company and stamped, "The New Yorker."
A collectible piece of New York hotel history from the Deco era!