IRISH ANTIQUE GEORGE I EARLY GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER SNUFFER TRAY DUBLIN 1717

August 22, 2019 9:03 am Published by

A lovely Early Georgian George I Solid Silver spoon handled Snuffer Tray. The Tray has a crest engraved in the centre. This Snuffer Tray has an elongated oval form with a substantial spoon handle. The tray stands on three ball feet and the curve of the handle acts as a fourth foot.

Although Snuffer Trays were originally used to hold Snuffers, now they are used for Pen Trays, Trinket Trays and Cufflink Trays.

Date – 1717.
Made in Dublin, Ireland.
Maker – Unknown (No Makers Mark).

Approx. Weight – 296g
Approx. Length – 19.4cm
Approx. Total Width – 15.8cm
Approx. Width of Tray – 9.6cm

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