Can anyone with better eyes than me help decipher the details on this brass plate. It is owned by a friend of mine whose relatives were shoenakers in Kent. It is quite small, around 5" X 3". I can read the name P. Eales and Greenhithe But can't read the middle line or the decorative side inscriptions. I assume it's a stamp of some sort due to the reverse lettering. But also not sure what it would have been used for - any ideas?