Among our most interesting bowls we have the Asmussen Hamlet fruit bowl that is unique in that it consists of a spiral of metal inside which the fruit lies. The bowl is originally a round plate into which a spiraling pattern is cut. You then make the bowl by dragging out the spiral to make it spiral upwards. Thus not two of these bowls are identical as they are all pulled out differently.
Also from Asmussen we have the bottle trays in nice blue glass with an edge of either gilded brass or in tin.
Facts about serving trays:
What are serving trays used for?
Serving trays are used to carry glasses, plates and other dishes to and from the table.
Do serving trays always have handles?
No, serving trays are available both with and without handles.
Can serving trays be used for other purposes?
Yes, serving trays are well suited to have standing for decoration on tables with decorative items on them. Some serving trays can even be used as tabletops that can be lifted off the legs.
Why is it called a mirror tray?
It is called a mirror tray because there is a mirror at the bottom of the tray.