A delicate set of through-dovetails keeps the mahogany tray together. The handles on either end are shaped round where you grab hold, and transition to a flat at the double roman ogee. Along the long edge that shape assumes a slight concavity the whole way down to the other handle.
Made of South American Mahogany, the tea tray holds a teapot and four teacups made by my wife, Cassidy. It was made as a gift for good friends of ours. It is finished with linseed oil, shellac and wax.
Dimensions: 14 1/2" W x 8 1/4" D x 3 5/8" T
Price: $530Contact Pete Michelinie Furniture about this piece...