An Art Deco WMF silver plated 'Polar Bear' Inkstand, circa 1920, depicting a bear clambering over glacier form hidden inkwells above pen tray, marked EPNS and faint impression of impressed mark, 35 cm width x 18 cm high.
A George III mahogany portable desk stand (3). A George III mahogany portable desk stand of rectangular form, surmounted by a folding handle, with two lidded compartments and recesses for inkwells to the top, single frieze drawer, with two crystal inkwells
A Victorian silver ink stand by Thomas Smiley, London 1875, with silver mounted cut crystal ink bottles inset to rectangular plate with reservoirs, egg and dart moulded edge on scroll moulded feet, 412 grams, 25 cm width.
An Australian silver plate mounted emu egg ink stand C1890 the silver plate arched floral trellis surmounted by emu egg with finials, above small figure of emu and kangaroo, silver mounted ink well and quill holder, set on wooden plinth, small loss to unde
An Australian silver plate mounted emu egg inkstand, circa 1890, raised on a circular foot, the horizontally mounted egg with a cast figure of a gold prospector holding a pan and an emu finial on the hinged well, 23 cm high. Provenance: Lawson's Auction Sa
A Victorian electrotype silver plate Great Exhibition Inkstand by Elkington & Co 1859, by Elkington & Co 1859, originally made for the 1851 London Exhibition designed by John Leighton (1822-1912) designer and illustrator, with centre globe inkwell surround
A silver-plate ink stand in the Georgian manner, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, London, early 20th century, the rectangular tray stand on foliate feet fitted with a pair of removable cut-glass ink bottles with dish caps flanking a cylindrical covered
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