Beautiful lines and bright lustrous color of the Dansk Festivaal line of serving items make these pieces a favorite among collectors. The rarity of good condition pieces make this tray a real find.
Jens Quistgaard designed this "eyeball" tray for Dansk in 1959. Because the lacquer is easily damaged the pieces were not very utilitarian and production was stopped in the early 1960's.
A beautiful shade of green lacquer on a maple base surrounds a round insert of teak end-wood butcher block. The result is an interesting eye-shaped tray. Note that the color in the last photos looks more blue than it actually is.
This tray is in good condition. There are no cracks in the lacquer, which is common in many of these pieces. You will find fine scratches in the lacquer surface. A couple of knife marks can be found on the teak cutting board insert. There are scuff marks on the bottom from scooting the tray across surfaces. There are a couple of small chips along the edge. Please use the zoom function to carefully inspect the condition of the tray.
To clean, use a soft cloth rather than paper towels or other abrasive materials.
18-3/4" X 15" X 1-1/2"
8" diameter teak insert
1-3 business days
I'll do my best to meet these shipping estimates, but can't guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the shipping method you choose.
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
I carefully inspect items prior to listing and will describe any visible defects or flaws. Normal wear is to be expected and is not considered a defect.
The following language is used to describe the condition of items in the shop:
* Excellent or Like New: item has very minimal signs of use or wear.
* Very Good: item has light signs of use or wear.
* Good Vintage Condition: item shows signs of use and wear typical for its age.
* Well Used: item has significant flaws but none-the-less has practical or aesthetic value.
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Yes, your purchases are insured.
Items damaged in transit, will be refunded after you provide the necessary information for filing the claim.
The buyer is responsible for sending photos of the damaged item, packaging, and packing materials to the seller and/or delivery company. Hold on to all of these items until the claim has been resolved. You may be required to present these items to your local post office or carrier for verification of damage.
Additionally, the USPS requires me to report the buyer's email address and phone number.
Go to USPS.com. Use the 'File a Claim' tab in the 'Help' section in the upper right portion of the screen.
Refund of approved claims can take up to 2-3 weeks.
Yes, I can accommodate payments broken down into 3 installments over a period of up to 3 months. Contact me to make arrangements.
ALL SALES ARE FINAL.
Vintage items are 20 years old or older and are more than likely to show signs of age and use. Please ask for additional information and or pictures....I'm happy to chat.
Please notify me within 2-days after delivery if there is a problem. I'll work with you to resolve the situation.
If an item arrives damaged, your package is insured and a claim should be filed. The refund process requires the buyer to submit photographs of the following; 1.) the damaged item, 2.) the packing materials used to protect the item, and 3.) the box/packaging in which the item was shipped.
I can assist you with filing a claim. Or, you can submit a claim directly with USPS.com. Click on the "File a Claim" button under 'Help'.
If a package is returned to me because it has been unclaimed or the address provided is incorrect, I will message you with two options:
#1.) I can re-ship the item for an additional shipping fee.
#2.) I can refund the purchase price minus the price I paid to ship the item to the address you provided and a 10% restocking fee.