Early Hotel Paramount, New York City Serving Dish
Early 1900s petite silver plate covered serving dish from the Hotel Paramount in New York City. The Paramount is constructed as one of the first Times Square hotels, designed in the French Renaissance style by Thomas W. Lamb, one of the nation's foremost architects of theaters and cinemas.
This gleaming bright piece has the hotel's "P" logo on the lid. It has the most beautiful patina and measures 6-1/2" long by 4-3/4" wide and stands 3-1/4" tall to the top of the finial.
Manufactured by Cropsey New York and stamped, "HOTEL PARAMOUNT".
Very pretty little piece!