An Edwardian silver spillholder or ashtray formed as a head with the face of a troll.
A good and amusing Edwardian silver spherical spill holder or ashtray in the form of a troll-like head, London 1903, the central bar engraved with the retailer’s name: ‘Clark, 33, New Bond St.’
Alfred Clark retailed some of the finest quality silver novelties of the period
Good. Some surface scratching to interior body.
Height – 7.70 cm.; Width – 9.50 cm.; Depth – 9 cm.; Weight – 222.60 gms.