Pretty little early George V silver inkstand with cut glass inkwell. Navette form with a beaded border to the rim and around the bottom of the walls and set on 4 cabriole, fluted legs with scallop terminals to the feet. The well holder has geometric, pierced detailing around the bottom and a pierced gallery. The glass well has engraved detail but is a well fitted replacement.
The well cover is original and it and the stand and gallery are hallmarked for Sheffield 1912, maker James Dixon & Sons.
It measures 7cm (2 3/4") high, 18cm (7") long and 7cm (2 3/4") wide. It weighs 208g in total, 132g/4.2ozt silver weight.
Condition is very good with appropriate signs of age and use.
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