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Old Hall Robert Welch Teak Steel Tray Serving Snack Hors D'Oeuvres British English 1960s

Old Hall Robert Welch Teak Steel Tray Serving Snack Hors D'Oeuvres British English 1960s

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Vintage Teak Wood and Steel Serving Dish - Designed by Robert Welch

Price is for 1 tray - 2 available: 1 large and 1 medium

Bring a touch of Mid Century style to your entertaining!

Stylish, high quality modernist serving tray.

As winter approaches, entertain with mid century style for hygge evenings at home with good friends and family.

The designer, Robert Welch, spent time studying in Denmark and Sweden, and it’s easy to see the Scandinavian influence in them.

Comprises of 3 removable steel inserts housed in a wooden tray. The tray can be use on its own.

Designed by British designer Robert Welch for high end British homewares manufacturer, Old Hall.

The inserts are made of stainless steel. The tray is made of a combination of wood and wood veneers, believed to be teak.

Made in the UK in the 1960s/70s.

The wooden tray has 'Old Hall' on its base. The steel dishes additionally have 'Robert Welch' etched on them.

Large Dish is: 56cm long, 26cm wide and 5cm deep.

Medium Dish is: 43cm long, 22cm wide and 4cm deep.

Very good vintage condition with only minor signs of age such as minor scuffing to the steel.
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Robert Welch was an English designer and silversmith who studied at the Royal College of Art. He was very influenced by Scandinavian design, having visited Scandinavia extensively including studying in Stockholm. He also worked with Norwegian and Danish silversmiths and other Scandinavian designers.

After graduating he set up his own studio in Chipping Campden in the South West of England in 1955 and a year later designed the Campden range for Old Hall, named after his studio’s location. The toast rack in the Campden range won a British Design Council award.

He went on to collaborate with / be commissioned by a range of prestigious and influential companies and individuals including Prince Phillip, Danish steel homewares producer Lauffer (who produced steel products for Dansk Designs and Stelton), Poole Pottery and Royal Doulton. His children continue to produce products in the same studios to this day.
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Note that we have attempted to show and state the condition as accurately as possible but this is a pre-loved, vintage item and some minor signs of age and/or use are to be expected. There may also be slight variations in the colours shown due to lighting, the camera lens and the device the image is viewed through.
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