London, South Kensington
13 December 2007
AN EDWARDIAN SCOTTISH SILVER TWO-BOTTLE INKSTAND
MARK OF HAMILTON & INCHES, EDINBURGH, 1909
Gadrooned oblong with shell and foliate corners and four curved feet, fitted with two open receivers with silver mounted cut-glass ink bottles and central taperstick with extinguisher - 9 1/8 ins.(23.25cm.) 19 ozs.
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