Found in remains of rubbish fire 40 years ago! I hope I am correct in reading the marks, made in London by William Comyns in 1898, Sterling Silver. But what is it? We use it for holding Business Cards etc., but could it be a sugar basin? It is 75mm tall (incl. legs), 105mm at widest, 43mm deep. I believe it is an example of inexpensive die stamped items that Comyns produced for the mass market. It is also marked “Flavelle Bros” (Retailers in Sydney and Brisbane, Australia). I’d appreciate your opinion.