A Fine Late 19th Century Inlaid Mahogany Tray

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A fine late 19th century Adam style oval tray in mahogany, with twin gilt brass handles to the ends and outer line of boxwood stringing, with a plain gallery around a quarter veneered surface with boxwood and ebony inlay to the edge with a central oval inlay of penworked satinwood panel depicting a stylised flower retaining traces of green staining, all within a boxwood strung edge. English circa 1890.
Condition: Excellent, the tray is in excellent condition with no damage to the gallery, the handles retain some of their gilding and are solid, and the tray is flat. The inlays are in great condition and the whole has a lovely rich colour.

Height = 4 cm (1.6″)
Width = 62 cm (24.4″)
Depth = 46 cm (18.1″)