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Little solid silver inkwell in the form of an oil lamp made by J.C. Eddington and hallmarked London 1852.
With a flying scroll handle incorporating the head of a stylised bird, the lid of the well being attached by a chain to the bird’s beak.
The main body and the lid both display ornate engraved decoration as does the flat top rim of the heavy gauge clear glass ink pot.
Crisp maker’s mark and hallmark on the underside together with the stamped number 417. The underside of the lid is also hallmarked.
Overall length is a touch over 13 cm and the height just 6.5 cm.