Brass serving tray with mirrored glass attributed to Romeo Rega, 1970`s ca, Italian.This serving tray has been gently cleaned while respecting the vintage patina and it is ready to use.With the luxury materials & geometric patterns this serving tray is characteristic of the work by Italian designer Romeo Rega, the attributed designer. The minimalist form with smart detail makes this tray fitting for a range of Interiors such as Traditional, Art Deco, Hollywood Regency, 70`s Glamour, Post Modern, Industrial or Contemporary.Structurally there is a rectangular frame made up of brass cylindrical tubes joined together at each corner with a solid brass rounded cube. Rising from the lateral sides are two brass handles of thinner tubing.Inside the frame sits the removable clear glass with silver mirror edging. The decorative mirror plating has a width of 3 cm. The glass is suspended underneath & on top by decorative solid brass tabs attached to the frame. The glass surface can be easily removed by unscrewing the tabs on the four corners on the backside (as photographed) These brass tabs repeat the rounded theme of the corners.This serving tray is in very good condition. The solid brass frame is in very good condition with the original lacquer on the brass intact, and an attractive patina adding character in line with age. The glass surface is the original and in very good condition, with no chips or cracks to the glass, and only mirror rubbing to the mirror surface underneath in a couple of places.Packing is offered free of charge. We take special professional care while packing. This tray would be wrapped in bubble wrap & an outer layer of card. It would fit easily in a box ideal for sending by courier.Additional dimensions:The glass surface (without the frame) has the following dimensions: Width: 55 cm, Depth: 35 cm.ROMEO REGA FURNITURE - Romeo Rega furniture was manufactured in Italy between 1974 - 1981. In 1981 the Romeo Rega Company ceased production making original pieces such as this 1970`s Romeo Rega coffee table rare and very valuable today. Read more on our Roomscape Blog about Romeo Rega furniture.