This tray was made in the 1960's by Galleon Ware Pottery in New Brunswick, Canada. The mustard yellow platter is quite heavy and has been hand painted with brown cattails or bulrushes.
This is part of our (Re)Home Collection.
11 1/4" length x 8 1/2" width x 1" height.
Our (Re)Home Collection focuses on finding new ways to use products that have otherwise been forgotten or set aside for another time. We believe that when you pair the right products together that you can breathe new life into products that are oftentimes overlooked.
(Re)Home Collection Condition Policy
Any obvious faults will be noted, however signs of usage on the base for example and non-mass produced imperfections such as glass bubbles are to be expected and will not be individually noted. Our goal is to ensure you are happy with your order so it lasts another lifetime so if you have any issues with the items you receive, please let us know and we will see what we can do to make it right!
(Re)Home items also do not come with dishwasher instructions so this is done so at your own risk - generally things should be fine but some of the items in this collection may prefer the gentle touch of hand-washing.
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