Food Tray


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Kaymet

£50.00

Food Tray

Description

Food Tray: This anodised aluminium tray with two handles either side is perfect for carrying food to the table or serving canapés. Kaymet’s single piece pressed aluminium trays have been made in Bermondsey, London ever since the 1960s. These design classics have a simple beauty that is timeless and yet contemporary.

 

About Kaymet

Kaymet has been manufacturing high-quality aluminium trays and trolleys in south London since 1947. Company founder Sydney Schreiber set out to find new uses for machinery that had been employed making parts for radios and radar equipment during the Second World War.

Product Details

Dimensions 42 x 30 cm
Weight 1.35kg
Material Anodised Aluminium
Care Wipe with a Damp Cloth

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