London, South Kensington
18 February 2003
An Edwardian Silver Treasury Inkstand
Maker's mark rubbed, possibly Elkington & Co., London, 1904
of typical form with a central handle and two hinged covers, supported on four ball feet, fitted with one glass liner (two ink bottles missing) engraved with a modern inscription - 18cm. (7in.) long, 22oz.
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