The pewter Sabbath plate is round, with a raised rim. The central decoration depicts three people seated at a table, on which appear bread and a pitcher. On the left sits a bearded man, holding a cup aloft in his right hand and supporting an open book on the table with his left hand. Two arched windows flank the middle figure. Above the middle figure hangs a candelabrum called "Judenstern"
The inscription around the rim reads: "ברוך אתה י אלהינו מלך העולם בורא פרי הגפן"
"Blessed art thou, O Lord our G-d, who created the fruit of the vine."
Similar style on pewter plates can be seen in the plates of the Kolnisches Stadtmusum. C.f. Koln, Stadmus, Judaica, 1980.
The hallmark is unidentified.
cf. Stara, Pewter Marks, 1978, pp. 15-21.
Indentical hallmark is stamped on the Purim plate, IJA 7055.