Turned oak, 2 ¾” diameter. Slightly domed lid and base, each with rounded lip. Snuffs such as this as well as other items were made on shipboard by ships carpenters from ships timbers replaced in routine maintenance. When famous ships such as the Constitution, underwent refurbishment, their waste timbers were often turned into souvenirs with the ship’s name affixed. Less famous ships, still dear to the hearts of some who spent years aboard, provided functional remembrances such as this.