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Arts & Crafts Double Inkwell
Stylish hand-wrought electroplated Arts & Crafts double inkstand made by Arthur John Seward of Birmingham, circa 1900.
Rectangular in shape and on a spread base plate, with riveted edges and sloping at the front, back and sides.
The hinged lid with its domed centre feature, lifts to reveal the two removable ceramic ink pots.
Showing the monogrammed maker’s mark on the underside and measuring approximately 24 X 14 cm, with a height of 8 cm.
Provenance: From the Sir Clive Bourne collection.