Ornate Antique Hotel Manhattan, New York City Serving Dish
Quite fancy Victorian era silver plated serving dish from the Hotel Manhattan in New York City. Built in 1895, the hotel at one time held the record as the "tallest hotel structure in the world". The hotel was sadly demolished in 1961.
The small serving dish has a very fancy rim which is reminiscent of the Victorian era. It measures 6-1/4"long by 4-5/8" wide and 1-1/4" deep.
It's in excellent condition with a bright, shiny patina and very little wear. It can be used for serving a small side dish or to hold small items such as candy or nuts.
Manufactured by Reed & Barton and stamped, "HOTEL MANHATTAN".
A collectible piece of hotel silver!