Further interesting antique silver objects of the table culture and also of the everyday life; toilet services or sets for ladies of the high society; travelling necessaires with their silver content dating back to as early as the seventeenth and eighteenth century; cutlery set made of silver and other fascinating cabinet of art and tableware silver collection pieces, can be found here.
This French travelling nécessaire from the end of the 18th century has fittings in vermeil (silver-gilt) from Strasbourg. The case, covered with green leather, is original. Maker: François Daniel Imlin.
These very fine silver objects are snuffers on a snuffer-tray from the Britannia Standard period. The object contains two parts: the tray and the snuffers. The eight-sided form of this rectangular tray has in the interior of the rim a chased line.