A Victorian novelty silver-mounted Milk Churn Inkwell.
A Victorian novelty Inkwell in the form of a Milk Churn, the body of ivory, which is silver-mounted, and with a silver mounted glass liner. The ivory body is applied with an oval silver panel with the title ‘Ink’ in blue enamel. London 1879, by George Henry James and Josiah James.
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Good overall with some shrinkage to the ivory and some staining to the ivory near the base.
Height – 8.40 cm.; Diameter – 5.40 cm.; Weight – 100.40 gms.