Silver Box

This is a silver box, presented as the first prize for fancy dress. The Sarkies Brothers presented it on New Year's Eve 1926/27. The box was made by the Wilmott Manufacturing Company Their company stamp is present on the box, along with an anchor symbolising the town it was made in (Birmingham). A stamp of a lion passant certifies the quality of the silver, and a stamp of the letter 'Z' acts as a date stamp, identifying the year in which the piece was verified by the Assay Office.

Object size: 6.8 x 15.7 x 13.0 cm
Accession No.
Collection of
National Museum of Singapore
Folklife Collection

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