London, South Kensington
21 February 2007
A VICTORIAN SILVER 2-BOTTLE INKSTAND,
MARK OF J.B.CARRINGTON, LONDON, 1881,
Rectangular with gallery sides pierced with scrollwork, wavy rim & gadroon borders, on 4 leaf & scroll feet, divided into 4 compartments, together with 2 associated mounted glass bottles, 7 in. long (17.8 cm.), 13.25 oz.
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