Fully hallmarked English silver inkwell in stunning condition. This wonderful very stylish silver inkwell would grace any boardroom or writing desk. The maker Daniel George Collins has captured a typical 1900's design with its curves and shell like base. This clever designed inkwell sits on three ball feet which also holds the two scrolling rails, the base of the rails is designed to hold your pen - cleaver!
Any white marks on the images are from the flash.
Silver plate is in good original condition, no splits or repairs. Glass inkwell is also in very good condition with the odd very light nibble to the hobnail side and the base has a very slight inclusion on the inside.
Marks and Maker:
Birmingham 1901/02 - Daniel George Collins
Daniel George Collins; subsequently D G Collins Ltd; then (after 1939) Sir D G Collins Ltd of Newgate Street, London EC1. Company went out of business about 1960
14.5cm long - 7.5cm wide - 6.5cm tall
Total Weight Approximate:
78.9 Grams without glass inkwell
- Antique Sterling Silver Hallmarked 1901
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