14th January 2022 9:30 GMT/BST
A Victorian Silver-Gilt Inkstand, by Charles Stuart Harris, London, 1878, in the form of a James I silver spice-box, shell-shaped and on four cast shell feet, the hinged cover fluted and chased with a dolphin, the interior fitted with two silver-gilt mounted glass ink-bottles, engraved with a coat-of-arms, 13.5cm wide, weight of silver 12oz 15dwt, 397gr
Sold for £350
Estimated at £400 - £600
Fully marked underneath and on the cover of each ink-bottle. Part marked on hasp. The marks are generally clear. There is some surface scratching and wear, consistent with age and use. The wear is noticeable as a very minor softening to the gilding. There is some bruising to the base.
Auction: Townhouse: Property From the London Residence of a Lady of Title, 14th January 2022
Townhouse: Property From the London Residence of a Lady of Title
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