March 14, 2008

Fisher Jewel Trays by VItro Agate Company

Vitro Agate Company, Fisher Jewel Trays, marbles, glass, collectible, collectorPatented in 1936, this set of two jewel trays was made by Vitro Agate Company. The larger "master tray" has turquoise marbles, while the smaller tray, which is pictured resting inside the master tray, is circled in black marbles. The smaller tray also has the stamped seal from the 1939 New York World's Fair.

7 comments:

Ezra Jack said...

Greetings, I have a Fisher Master Jewelry Tray pat# 2094529
Des# 99857
Can you give me any background on this interesting piece. It has red marbles and is made of brass. Thank You Ezra Jack Maret
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nmw said...

Does anyone know what the function of the fisher jewel tray was?

petrenkov said...

Pretty cool site you've got here. Thanx for it. I like such themes and anything connected to this matter. I would like to read a bit more on that blog soon.

Best wishes
Steave Markson

Michael Mastro said...

I have the two sizes shown, and I have heard of a large tray - 7" across. Has anyone seen one?

Anonymous said...

I have the one with the turquoise marbles. Good condition. If interested in buying it, leave a post with your offer.

Anonymous said...

I have a Fisher Jewel Tray Pat#2094529 Des# 99857.It's brass with green marbles. I see they have different color marbles. Are they a set? Like to know more about it.

veronica said...

These beautiful Fisher Jewel Trays were created in 1939 and some were used as souvenirs of the 1939 New York World's Fair. They are beautiful and vibrant. Each tray measures 3 1/3" in diameter and 1/2 inches high. The trays appear to be gold plated and are encircled with what resembles marbles.i have the one from the 60's pat 99857 .im selling it for 42.50
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