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  • An Edwardian silver inkstand, by F and D,
    Birmingham 1905, shaped rectangular form, scroll border, with a central glass inkwell with a hinged cover, on four bun feet, plus a silver 'Ejector' pen, by S. Mordan, length ... [more like this]
  • An Edwardian silver inkstand, London 1910,
    the rectangular tray with scroll handles with two square glass silver lidded ink bottles upon claw and ball feet, John Grinsell & Sons, 22 cm width, together with a silver ... [more like this]
  • Edwardian silver inkstand, the raised wavy
    back pierced with scrolling foliage and with silver topped cut glass inkwells, maker CSH, London 1901, 8.5" wide, 13oz approx ... [more like this]
  • An Edwardian silver inkstand, Goldsmiths
    & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, London, 1903, the shaped rectangular body with gadroon border and shell decorated corners, on four paw feet, centred with a rectangular box and cover, ... [more like this]
    gadrooned edge and re-entrant corners, the square glass inkwells with silver lids with inscription and marks for Birmingham 1906 and makers mark of John Grinsell & Sons., ... [more like this]
  • An Edwardian silver inkstand, of rectangular
    form, with beaded borders, two cut glass wells with hinged lids on leaf cast scrolling feet, Birmingham 1906, weighable silver 11¼oz, 25cm wide.Provenance: Butterfields, ... [more like this]
  • An Edwardian silver inkstand, by Asprey
    and Co, Birmingham 1904 and 1905, oval form, on four bracket feet, the cut glass inkwell with a plain hinged cover, length 17.4cm, approx. weighable 2oz. ... [more like this]
  • Edwardian silver inkstand with integral candleholder,
    Sheffield 1909 ... [more like this]
  • Edwardian sterling inkstand Birmingham dated
    1908 piercework gallery on footed tray with pen well and two inkpots; complete hallmarks. H3'' W10 1/4'' D6 3/4'' and 19.0 weighable troy oz Provenance: Estate of Virginia ... [more like this]
  • An Edwardian silver inkstand of shaped rectangular
    form on hoof feet with single mounted glass well and pen recess Elkington & Co Ltd London 1904 7.25in 10 oz. Estimate ?150-200 Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line ... [more like this]
  • A Victorian silver inkstand by James Charles
    Edington, London 1847 retailed by WILKINSON & DOBSON, PICCADILLYThe base shaped as a stylised scallop-shell, engraved with a Greek -key band and palmettes flanked by foliate ... [more like this]
  • Edwardian sterling silver mounted tortoiseshell
    inkstand william comyns & son., london, 1908 With a shaped three-quarter enclosed tortoiseshell gallery outlined in reeded silver, supporting an etched glass inkpot ... [more like this]
  • Edwardian Sterling Silver Inkstand, hallmarked
    Birmingham, 1908-1909, by Henry Matthews, of navette form, with upswept ends and gadrooned rim, raised on four scroll feet, the center of the oval plateau fitted with a paneled ... [more like this]
  • An Edwardian silver double inkstand, by
    H. Atkin, Sheffield 1903, oval navette form, on four bracket feet, with two silver mounted cut glass inkwells, length 26.2cm, approx. weighable 4oz. ... [more like this]
    INKSTAND, the square inkwell flanked by tusks joined by a scrolling handle formed as a pen rest. Height 17cm £80-120 ... [more like this]
    INKSTAND, the square inkwell flanked by tusks joined by a scrolling handle formed as a pen rest. Height 17cm £80-120 ... [more like this]
  • Regimental interest: An Edwardian Scottish
    inkstand, the gadrooned circular base 'dished' and engraved with badge of the the Royal Scots Greys, their battle honour 'WATERLOO' and thistles in dished oval reserves, mounted ... [more like this]
    Maker's mark rubbed, London, 1907 and 1908; the oval lobed stand with foliate scroll rim, centering a ring fitted with lidded cut-glass well; 2 3/4 x 7 1/4 in. ... [more like this]
  • An Edwardian silver plated inkstand epergneby
    James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield, the central figure of a fox below a vine decorated stem with etched glass flute, flanked by a pair of removable inkwells on a canted base with ... [more like this]
  • A Victorian bachelor's teapot, with a domed
    cover and knop finial, by George Fox, London 1872, and an Edwardian small navette shaped inkstand with a central mounted bottle, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1907, the ... [more like this]

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