Two Palisades Trays
Handcrafted of hair-on-hide leather over wood composite. Stitched in a chevron pattern. Bin handles. Made of natural materials, so no two are exactly alike. Unique variations in each hide add to the authentic look. Set of two. Small, 16"L x 12"W x 2"T; large, 20"L x 14"W x 2"T. Imported.
Silvery Greek-Key Tray
Handcrafted mirrored tray can be used for serving or placed atop an ottoman. The easy clean mirror will not stain. Made of iron and mirrored glass. 18"Dia. x 2"T. Imported.
From Waylande Gregory Studios. Handcrafted of wood and reverse-painted glass. Hand wash. 15"Sq. x 2"D. Imported.
Floral and Scroll Mirrored Tray
Handcrafted by artisans in New York. Mirrored center with cast-metal handles with hand-painted details. 9.5"W x 7.25"D x 3"T.
"Peacock" Trinket Tray
Hand enameled and hand set with Swarovski?? crystals and glass bead cabochons. 5"L x 8.75"W. Handcrafted in the USA.
Monkey Trinket Tray
Handcrafted of cast metal. Hand enameled and hand set with Swarovski?? crystals. 5"W x 6.25"D x 5"T. Made in the USA.
Maya Anemone Trinket Tray
From the Indigo Collection. Handcrafted of cast metal. Hand enameled and hand set with Swarovski?? crystals. 18-kt. gold-plated finish. 2.25"Dia. x 2.5"T. Imported.
Large Oval Tray
Handcrafted of cast aluminum with antiqued glass inset. Hand-painted finish. 32.5"L x 20.5"W x 3"T. Imported.
Trinket Tray & Compacts
From the Flora & Fauna Collection. Hand-painted enamel over metal with hand-set Swarovski?? crystals. 2.5"W x 2"D x 2"T. Do not expose to direct sunlight. Handcrafted in the USA.
Handcrafted of plywood, resin, and glass. Coated with lacquer and/or varnish. Due to the nature of handcrafting, trays may vary. 16.5"W x 26"L x 2.25"T. Imported.
Leaf and Orchid Tray
Handcrafted tray. Made of cast metal. 14-kt. gold plating. Hand enameled and hand set with Swarovski?? crystals. Includes stand to display tray either vertically or horizontally. 23.5"L x 11"W x 8"D. Made in the USA.
Black Orchid Tray
Black nickel-plated glass. 18"L x 12.5"W. Imported. About Michael Aram: Designer and craftsman Michael Aram (ah-RAHM) doesn't merely reproduce what he finds in nature??he enhances it. The emotional response to Aram's collections is intensified by the methods he employs. After studying art in new York in the late 1980s, he took what would be a life-altering trip to India. There, he discovered a rich metalworking tradition that inspired his turn toward handcrafted design. Aram established ...