London, South Kensington
12 June 2001
A GEORGE II SILVER INKSTAND
MARK OF ROBERT INNES, 1754
the rectangular base with a gadroon motif border, with a central well for pens and supports for the two silver bottles, raised on four leaf capped scroll feet and engraved with a crest with mantling - 21.1cm (8 3/8 in), 20.5oz.
Tessiers Ltd., London, June, 1963.
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Possibly exhibited at the Royal Society of Arts 1963.
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