Online-Only Auction, 8 - 15 July 2019

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Lot 412
A Victorian silver and glass-mounted ink well, John Grinsell & Sons, Birmingham, 1888

Lot Estimate
R 1 500 - 2 000
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Unsold

About this Item

A Victorian silver and glass-mounted ink well, John Grinsell & Sons, Birmingham, 1888
the rectangular gadrooned body with star-cut base, the hinged cover with silver collar, detachable glass ink well, the collar engraved 9120, 10,2cm high

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