Antique Sterling Silver Inkstand with Glass Inkwells 1837 William IV

Antique Sterling Silver Inkstand with Glass Inkwells 1837 William IV
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1837 England
A beautiful Solid Silver rectangular Inkstand with an ornate shell, leaf and scroll border and standing on four scroll and shell feet. The inkstand has a silver and cut glass Inkwell and a silver and cut glass sand shaker. These are fitted on either side of a gorgeous shell and blossom shaped chamber stick candle holder, which acts as a fitted and removable lid for a compartment. The inkstand has room for two pens.

Made in Birmingham in 1837 by Robinson, Edkins & Aston.

Approx, weight - silver only -
Approx. length of stand - 33.3cm
Approx. width of stand - 23.5cm
Approx. diameter of inkwell - 6.5cm

This inkstand has a full English Hallmark on the underside, on the collars and lids of the glass jars and on the Chamberstick. The pins on the underside are part marked.

This inkstand is in very good condition and has no damage.

Stock code- INK01 VIC01.

  
Made in England
Date - 1837
Maker - Robinson, Edkins, & Aston

Height 0.39 inch (1.00 cm)
Width 0.39 inch (1.00 cm)
Depth 0.39 inch (1.00 cm)

CONDITION

Good

MEDIUM

Sterling Silver
£1,950

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