Inkwells, inkstands and ink bottles were made in a vast array of different types. The Victorians were inventive and patented inkwells such as the fountain and snail inkwell.
Inkwells, Inkstands & Ink Bottles - Page 1
Bottle of ink marked T. Webster & Co. Ltd, Diamine Works, Liverpool, and containing Webster's blue black Diamine writing fluid, in a large Bourne Denby stoneware salt glazed bottle, c. 1920s (very good). Sold
Inkwell marked "Apollinaris The Queen of Table Waters", 110mm in diameter, no chips or damage, English, circa 1900, (excellent), £115.
Swan safety ink container, red and black mottled bakelite, maker's marks to base and screw off top, excellent, circa 1930s, £65.
Parker Quink safety container, black ribbed bakelite, complete with ink bottle with bakelite screw off top, circa 1930s, (very good). Sold
Swan safety ink container, black bakelite, Mabie Todd maker's marks to base and screw off top, excellent, circa 1930s, £55.