1930s DOW Old Stock Ale Beer Porcelain Bar Pub Serving Tray Montreal Quebec.
This cool classic advertising tray is from the no longer existing
DOW Brewing Company which was located in Montreal Quebec.
At One point in Canada, DOW as the second largest selling beer in the country, and Number one in Quebec,
and was head quartered in Montreal.
The company had a health scandal in the 1960's involving Cobalt in the Beer in a Quebec City plant,
and soon after the scandal, the brewery was sold to O'Keefe and DOW
with its old red label and DOW name discontinued soon after
This Porcelain coated tray is a real gem.
They style of these trays were from the pre war era mostly in the 1930's and were usually given to Taverns for use.
This, this old PORCELAIN coated metal tray is most likely from the mid to late 1930s.
This wonderfully coated and lithographed painted PORCELAIN metal tray
is approximately 13 inches in diameter.
It is coloured white on the inner border sides with a gorgeous White Letter red Background DOW logo
on the top side, and the bottom sides is a all black painted porcelain coating.
It has a nice thick 1 1/2 inch side rim.
The tray is a bit used but is in overall EXCELLENT condition.
It does have some minor surface wear from use and some standard light scratching, and
displays extra nice on the upper side, with ONLY 2 or 3 minor nicks, it is VERY hard to find these porcelain
models in any sort of condition that is not damaged heavily and beaten up.
The Bottom side has a bit more scratching from use, and has a small amount of rust just along the outer edge.
It is very clean & has been recently waxed with Premium TURTLE WAX to give it a nice lustrous shine. Picture 1 Picture 2 Picture 3 Picture 4 Picture 5