Eleven various early hallmarked sterling silver items. Jewel box, Birmingham 1925 (as inspected); two various early pepper pots; napkin ring; lidded ink well; two thimbles; & three various manicure pce's etc.
A silver and cut crystal inkwell, the cut crystal circular base surmounted by a shoulder heavily chased and engraved with floral designs and with a short neck and hinged cover similarly repousse. Birmingham 1896 by T.H. Hazlewood & Co. Diameter 8.5 cm
English hallmarked sterling silver inkwell & pen in the Art Nouveau style, with a removable Roger Brierley well. The stand London, 1991, maker Ari D Norman. Length 9.2 cm the well London, 1998, maker Ari D Norman. Height 5.2 cm the pen, London, 1999, maker
English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian travelling ink well decorated with raised putti and birds, with a silver plated insert marked 'Electroplate Paris' London, 1896, maker Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co dimensions 10.5 x 5.5 x 4 cm
An impressive Edwardian heavy silver inkwell, the plain cylindrical body with serpentine square rim with shell corners and four large scrolling handles terminating with shell feet, the hinged lid enclosing a silver topped glass liner. London 1905 by Peter
Liberty & Co. Inkwell and Identical other. Silver plated pewter inkwell, whiplash decoration, marked Liberty & Co. 0521 (major silver loss and pitting); and identical unbranded and unsilvered, marked English pewter 0521. Both have original glass inserts. D
A late 19th century Clerks writing compendium, the raised pen and ink well frame housing a pair of silver plate toped glass wells and a central well with candle holder top, the underside covered in baize to allow use as a stamping table when frame is turne
An Edwardian silver and cut glass inkwell, the oval facet cut glass body with a silver hinged lid fitted to an oval tray with Art Nouveau open handles, raised on tapered legs. Birmingham 1905. Length 17 cm
An Arts and Craft silver and turquoise Cymric inkwell by Liberty & Co, Birmingham 1899, after a design by Archibald Knox, by Liberty & Co, Birmingham 1899, after a design by Archibald Knox the square body raised on pierced geometric supports, two hinged co
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