The pewter plate is round, with a raised rim. The central decoration depicts the three younger sons of jacob, each holds his sign. They are standing below a tree which growes at the center. Joseph stands at the centre before the stem of the tree. Benjamin is on the left and Naphtali on the right. Joseph is depicted frontal as a king with a crown on his head and a sceptre in his rihgt hand. He is bearded and dressed with a long robe. The Flanking brothers are depicted in profile walking towards Joseph. Benjamin with a wolf in his hand and Naphtali with a hind. Both are dressed with short tunic, barefeethe and are smooth shaven. Around the rim are the names of the sons inscribes in square filled letters and separated by a flower. Anticlockwise it reads:
"נפתלי-יוסף-בנימין" "Naphtali -Joseph -Benjamin"
:MD : 226mm (overall); 170mm (inside).
:MAT : Pewter## Structure: cast##Decoration: engraved##Inscription: engraved
The marks are stamped on the back side of the plate (See: Remarks, no.2).