Silver snuff box presented to the Shipbuilder Richard Green (1803-63) in 1855. Snuff became fashionable in the 18th and 19th centuries and stimulated further demand for tobacco from the West Indies. Richard Green was the eldest surviving son and the successor of George Green, shipbuilder and co-founder of Wigram & Green of Blackwall on the Thames.
- Image reference: D4604_2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Green of Blackwall Collection
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