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301 - 345 Special section - Inkwells

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Lot 301 Lot number 301
A novelty travelling inkwell, modelled as a leather hat box.
Lot 302 Lot number 302
An early 20 th century Darkes Patent screw top glass dump inkwell 'The Sapphire'
Lot 303 Lot number 303
A hand painted faience inkwell / desk tidy by the Aladin factory Limoges, marked to the base.
Lot 304 Lot number 304
A brass desk tidy with chased decoration and inset inkwell.
Lot 305 Lot number 305
A brass and cut glass inkwell on leather and brass pen stand / desk tidy retailed by Parkhouse & Co Bath.
Lot 306 Lot number 306
An Edward VII silver and glass inkwell, John Grinsell & Sons, Birmingham assay 1902, with engraved decoration depicting Pegasus.
Lot 307 Lot number 307
A Black Forest carved inkwell in the form of a dog's head with inset glass eyes and ceramic ink vessel.
Lot 308 Lot number 308
A Betjemann's cut glass and brass inkwell with double hinged lid marked 'Patent 11049'.
Lot 309 Lot number 309
An Edward VII silver hallmarked capstan inkwell with hinged lid and glass vessel, Birmingham assay 1915, approximately 10 cm (d)
Lot 310 Lot number 310
A late 19th or early 20th century novelty pottery inkwell modelled as a curling stone with white metal hinged lid.
Lot 311 Lot number 311
Two leather bound travelling inkwells, a Berry's Patent example and one similar. [2]
Lot 312 Lot number 312
A leather bound brass travel writing set with chased decoration to the interior.
Lot 313 Lot number 313
A ceramic desk set in the form of a basket comprising inkwell and pounce pot with gilt detailing and a further ceramic inkwell. [2]
Lot 314 Lot number 314
A pewter desk tidy with hinged, two section lid opening to reveal two internal inkwells and a large quantity of pen nibs.
Lot 315 Lot number 315
A collection of five wooden inkwells to include a Swiss example, a hand painted capstan style example and similar. [5]
Lot 316 Lot number 316
A collection of travelling inkwells including novelty examples.
Lot 317 Lot number 317
A cast iron and glass inkwell in the form of a snail shell with rotating action, approximately 7 cm (h)
Lot 318 Lot number 318
A large pewter inkwell of circular form, an Oriental inkwell with embossed dragon decoration and a further brass inkwell. [3]
Lot 319 Lot number 319
Four ceramic inkwells with floral decoration. [4]
Lot 320 Lot number 320
Four glass inkwells, the largest approximately 9 cm (h) including stopper. [4]
Lot 321 Lot number 321
Two desk tidies and inkwell sets. [2]
Lot 322 Lot number 322
A collection of five cut and pressed glass inkwells, largest approximately 6.5 cm (h)
Lot 323 Lot number 323
A collection of five inkwells of circular form, each with hinged lid. [5]
Lot 324 Lot number 324
A collection of five various inkwells, the largest approximately 7 cm (h)
Lot 325 Lot number 325
A collection of five various inkwells.
Lot 326 Lot number 326
A collection of inkwells and an ink bottle to include a hand painted ceramic example.
Lot 327 Lot number 327
A collection of four inkwells and pen stands. [4]
Lot 328 Lot number 328
Lot to include a bakelite inkwell and pen stand, an Australian Mulga wood inkwell, glass inkwells and a glass and white metal pounce pot.
Lot 329 Lot number 329
Various vintage glass inkwells and ink bottles
Lot 330 Lot number 330
Five glass inkwells.
Lot 343 Lot number 343
A gentleman's Lorus wristwatch (boxed), Oris fob watch, Roamer lady's wristwatch and a paperweight.
Lot 344 Lot number 344
Transformers - a childs Transformer digital watch, model number 1095, LR41 by Skmei (digital display working)
Lot 345 Lot number 345
A small German mahogany cased wall clock with 8 day movement.
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