Victorian sterling silver 2 bottle ink stand hallmarked Sheffield 1843 (Henry Wilkinson & Co), with presentation engraving 'Presented to the Rev John Burton .. 1844', 21.5 cm wide approx, 467 grams total
Boot lasts (3 pairs), poker work vase, wooden painted platter by Eric Juckert, blackwood urn with silver map of Tasmania, huon pine calisthenics club and blackwood desk set with glass ink wells. (10 items).
A sterling silver ink stand with two glass sterling silver rimmed ink wells tray made by Martin, hall & Co. London, 1891. Height 3 cm. Width 24.5 cm. Depth 11.5 cm. Ink well rims possibly made by Robert James Chaplin & Sons, London, 1925. Width 4.5 cm each
Ernest Shackleton, (Nimrod Expedition 1907): An important Polar Exploration sterling silver presentation desk set engraved 'Rare Basalt with Olivine Crystal from Slopes of Mt Erebus, Antarctica. W.Knightsmith, from E.H.Shackleton as a slight token of appre
Desk Set Trophy, marble & Irish silver with plaque engraved '2nd World Airlines Golf Championship, Sponsored by Aer Lingus - Irish and Air Transport World. Australia & Asia Winners V.S.Howard & D.M.Johnson'. Height 15.5 cm, width 23 cm, depth 9.5 cm
An impressive neoclassical silver ink stand, mark of Frederick Elkington, Birmingham, 1888, shaped oblong with central well surmounted by finial cast as putto reading, above egg and dart bordered recesses flanked by cut crystal inkwells with metamorphic li
English hallmarked sterling silver Edwardian crystal ink stand with a pair of fitted inkwells (one with a loose lid). Etched to base 'To T.E. Hall Esq From J.H.W & E. Furness, Sydney 28.10.02' Sheffield, 1901, maker James Deakin & Sons. Weight of tray and
A French Louis XVI silver snake handled inkstand, 1777 Paris, with maker's mark FDR and later import marks for London 1953 by the London Assay office, a shaped scroll footed tray with a lead lined ink pot, powder caster and circular bowl, engraved with a c
A mid 19th century Anglo-Indian silver inkstand, twin handled rectangular form with ornate applied cast leaf, flower and scroll border in the French manner, with two crystal cube shaped inkwells and central finial (thread damaged), with presentation inscri
Victorian sterling silver ink stand, by James Dixon & Sons Sheffield 1879, decorated with Greek key band border, acanthus leaf, corners, with central ink well and double nib/stamp, boxes on raised bun feet. Height 20.5 cm, total weight 1335grams
A heavy sterling silver table Inkstand with rectangular tray and two lidded ink pots with sand shaker between. Original glass liners. Chrichton Bros. London 1919. Weight 1208g. Width 24.5 cm. Depth 18.5 cm
Victorian portable desk set in walnut with two crystal inkwells, interior opens to reveal stationery tray. Silver plaque with inscription, once presented to the Son of one of Australia's first Organ Makers
An Australian silver mounted emu egg inkstand, by Jochim Matthias Wendt, Adelaide, circa 1875 the horizontal mounted egg with an inset diorama of grazing emus in a landscape, raised on a chased oval base with an indigenous hunter holding a club and spear s
A Japanese silver inkstand in the form of a rickshaw and a resting stand marked Made in Silver by Etsu, circa 1900, marked Made in Silver by Etsu, circa 1900 finely engraved with scrolling vines, 36 cm long, 1190gms
A Victorian silver inkstand, by Benjamin Preston, London 1851, raised on four scroll feet and matching upturned handles supporting a centre vase, supporting a taperstick and snuffer and two diamond cut glass inkwells, 31 cm long. Provenance: Ramornies Seaf
A sterling silver ink-stand, Martin Hall & Company Ltd, Sheffield, 1911/12, the hinged square cover enclosing a pot (lacking liner) raised on a weighted square base with out-swept sides, ball finials to the front corners forming a pen rest, height 5.5 cm.
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