A pair of George III silver candle wick trimmers and snuffer tray by Timothy Renou, London 1801 and 1813 respectively. The anterior surface fo the trimmers having shell and gadroon ornamentation with the side bearing the Salwey family crest. “Fiat voluntas dei” meaning “Let God’s will be done”. The crest has a saracen’s head and shoulders with a knotted bow on the sinister shoulder and wreathed temples. The posterior surface having shell pattern on the handles and the unembellished blades and three circular legs. The oval tray is unembellished with a reeded border sitting on a flat base.