Gothic-Style Regency Inkwell
Gothic-Style Regency Inkwell Gothic-Style Regency Inkwell
Gothic-Style Regency Inkwell

Gothic-Style Regency Inkwell

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    Item No. 30-1793
    $9,850
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    Fine bronze ormolu is beautifully contrasted by cranberry cut glass in this Regency-period inkwell. This elegant desk accessory features a pair of removable glass inkwells, a wafer box surmounted by a gilt lion finial and a pen tray adorned with a lovely motif of baskets, flowers, pineapples and scrolls along the frieze. A pair of scrolling handles and turned feet completes this inkwell's Gothic design.

    Mid- 19th Century

    12 7/8" wide x 6 1/4" deep x 5 1/2" high
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    Period: 19th Century
    Origin:England
    Type:Inkwell/Desk set
    Material:Bronze
    Depth:6.25 Inches
    Width:12.875 Inches
    Height:5.5 Inches
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