Mid Century Modern Glo Hill Gourmates Chrome Server with Bakelite Handles and Legs


Shipping to United States: $22.90

This is a Beautiful vintage serving Platter with Bakelite handles and Legs.

The piece has beautiful detail with cherry bakelite handles and Legs.

The chrome serving shell holds a nice deep well for easy tabletop or coffee table serving.

Fill it with fruit, Nuts, Appetizers - everything looks great in this gorgeous server.

This beautiful mid century piece was designed and manufactured in Canada.

Excellent condition with very minor marking, virtually no scratches on the chrome.

Circa 1960's.

Glo-Hill was a Canadian company established by Jack Globus and Harry Hill in 1945 in Montreal. By the early 1950s, their iconic Chrome Holloware hostess serving pieces had become a standard fixture at cocktail parties and bridge nights. This high quality chrome and Bakelite Holloware has stood the test of time, and today remains a symbol of a time when fashionable kitchenware was everywhere.

Measures approximately 12.5 in long and 7.5 in wide.Shipping to P.O. boxes cannot be guaranteed unless item can be secured inside P.O. box.

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