This tin is not marked nor have I been able to identify the maker. The design and construction of the tin dates it circa 1900. The embossing of the tin was used during this time period. Most of the finish is off of the embossed areas. It appears, it originally had silver. The image on the hinged lid is nautical and is named_ "Santa Maria Della Salute Venice". This is the church in Venice build to honor the Virgin Mary after the plague of 1630. The view is looking down the Grand Canal toward the church. There is expected wear and minor denting. The tin measures 4" x 6 1/2" x 3 3/4". A lovely rare tin.