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William IV sterling silver standish, base hallmarked London 1831, 496g (base) approx., other components with various other hallmarks, 17 cm x 27 cm

Victorian small sterling silver desk stand two handled quatrefoil form with central candleholder flanked by 2 detachable glass wells with hinged lids, Birmingham, 1843

A Victorian silver ink standish, with pierced oval boat shaped tray raised on claw feet, mounted with a central taper stand flanked by cut crystal ink bottles with high domed, hinged lids. Birmingham 1861. Width 29 cm

A Victorian hobnail cut glass Inkstand with sterling silver lid, of flat rectangular form. Hallmarked: London 1898. Worn makers mark.

A Dutch silver and cut glass desk set with scales, 19th century, with key mark, comprising two globular and lens cut ink pots with domed silver lids and mounts resting in a shaped ebonised base with squashed bun porcelain feet, and to the rear, a set of sc

An Edward VII sterling silver rectangular inkstand, London 1904 with two cut glass bottles and pierced surround

A sterling silver mounted leather desk set by grey & Co, Chester 1909, comprising letter box with key and folio 26 x 31.5 cm, (2)

A George III silver standish Inkstand by Robert Hennell I, London 1787 & silver skewer by William Eley William Fearn, London 1781, of rectangular form with canted corners and wells, the octagonal bottles with silver mounts, 26 cm width

A silver desk set with two silver top bottles, pierced gallery on paw feet. Maker: Walter & John Barnard, London, 1890, 212gm.

A Chinese silver desk set engraved 'Presented by the workmen of Kiang Nan Dock To Mr. R.B. Maughan on occasion of his Home Leave, March 1922', 30 cm across

A Victorian sterling silver topped crystal bottle Upon a tray, 1881 London, with maker's mark for Edward Ker Reid, probably part of a desk set, the bulbous cut crystal bottle with a silver collar and hinged cushion lid centred upon an hexagonal petal t

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian Inkstand of casket octagonal form, having rounded edge, a hinged lid with removable glass inner, with a starburst glass base. London, 1884, maker John Grinsell & Sons. Condition: good, one replaced screw, mi

English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VII Inkstand of unusual square form, having a hinged lid with a removable glass inner, standing on four stepped feet. Inscribed under the lid 'Decr. 10th 1909'. London, 1909, maker George Perkins. Condition

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian ink stand set having an oval body with etched foliate detail, two round hand-cut crystal removable ink bottles, all sitting on four cast foliate feet. Condition good to fair, damage to the bottle lids, Birmingha

Edwardian sterling silver ink stand hallmarked Birmingham 1905, 13.4 cm diameter, no ink jar inside

Antique silver fountain pen on a silver mounted inkstand which is Hallmark for London, approx 10 cm long, 8 cm wide, 4 cm high (3)

Folk art desk stand with glass ink well with silver top. Decorated with carved wheku heads. Length 23 cm

A late Victorian silver ink stand, rectangular, pierced border on footed stand with two cut glass inkwells; William Devenport, Birmingham, 1900. Length 17.5 cms. Width 9 cms.

Sterling silver ink stand comprising fitted tray & glass & silver topped ink bottle with 1942 Florin applied to top, hallmarks rubbed

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).

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian cut crystal desk set with an armorial etched dragon. London, 1898, maker Stokes & Ireland Ltd length - 24.5 cm. Weight 216g

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

Sterling silver standish., 336 g approx. Hallmarked London 1899.

A silver and 'Onyx marble' standish with silver domed slide-action inkwells and calendar on rectangular stone base; Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1928. Width 19 cm

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

Selection of antiques, Wax jack, brass Napoleon book end, repousse silver panel Jesus carried by followers to his tomb, crib board, inkstand etc

A Georgian sterling silver desk set, English early 19th century including a candle-holder compartment on shaped acanthus leaf base (marks rubbed). 29 x 20 cm

A Victorian sterling silver desk set with scalloped edge and central masked motif

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

Antique walnut inkstand with drawer and two bottles with sterling silver tops, 16 cm high

An 18th century silver standish, rectangular, with gadrooned rim and saw-pierced sides, rosewood base with claw and ball feet; R.H. Width 16 cm.

An interesting cape silver presentation ink stand, C1877 maker J.S. Wilcox, 'Presented to E. Chapman Esq, as a Token of Esteeme, from C. Francis', 373 grms, one glass botle with fracture 22 cm x 15 cm

Antique Victorian wooden ink stand with two STG silver topped ink bottles, approx width 30 cm

A sterling silver inkstand with cut crystal bottle. Birmingham 1914, by John Grinsell & Sons. Base: 17.8 x 17.8 cm. Bottle height 8.2 cm