London, South Kensington
13 February 2001
A VICTORIAN SILVER-GILT INKSTAND
MARK OF SAMUEL SMILY, 1867-68
the shaped rectangular base with a leaf and shell heightened scroll border, raised on four scroll and shell feet, with a central lobed circular vessel, with a scroll motif taperstick set into the lid, flanked by two lobed glass vessels, each with a silver-gilt lid, each piece engraved with a crest - 32.3cm(12 3/4in),31.5oz weighable silver.
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