Paten, Floral Patterned; Simpson Hall Miller & Co; 1930-1980; WY.0000.897

Name/Title

Paten, Floral Patterned

About this object

This is a paten, a dish in which the host (body of Christ) is placed in preparation for communion in both Catholic and Anglican churches. While we do not have records of which church this paten came from, it is likely from either the Edendale Catholic Church of Our Lady of Lourdes or St Mary's Anglican Church of Wyndham.

Maker

Simpson Hall Miller & Co

Maker Role

Manufacturer

Date Made

1930-1980

Place Made

North and Central America, United States, Connecticut, New Haven

Medium and Materials

inorganic, processed material, metal, silver plate
inorganic, processed material, metal, copper

Inscription and Marks

Pressed into underside of base: 'SIMPSON HALL MILLER & CO
TREBLE PLATE'

Measurements

h 100 mm x dia 130 mm

Subject and Association Keywords

Religion and Belief

Object Type

ceremonial objects

Object number

WY.0000.897

Copyright Licence  

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