Browse our collection of antique and reproduction silver, silver plate, bronze and cut glass inkwells and ink stands.
A beautiful cast Victorian silver plated ink stand with a hinged lid containing a porcelain ink well. The ink stand is formed as a figure of a female fruit seller holding a bunch of grapes and sitting on a rocky base beside a basket of fruit. (c.1870).
A most unusual and decorative late Victorian oak and silver plate ink stand rectangular in shape with 'D' shaped ends. Applied acorn and rustic branch handle, two square pyramid shaped cut glass ink bottles and a central drawer with an acorn and leaf handle. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1890).
An antique over sized John Grinsell silver mounted and glass inkwell with a plain hinged silver bun shaped lid and a square cut glass body in a spiral design. In very good original condition. (1919).
A handsome and impressive German 800 grade silver and glass ink stand with a hinged bun style lid and an octagonal shaped rising clear glass base. In very good original condition. (Circa 1900).
A very unusual good quality antique Austrian ink stand with two cold painted bronze owl candle holders sitting on a perch. The cut glass ink bottles fit into a spiked cradle all the fittings have been gilt and sit on a silver plated base. In very good original condition. (Circa 1900).
A novelty English equestrian oak and silver plated horse shoe design ink stand with an oak base and an applied horse shoe with two looped pen holders and a detachable glass ink well standing on three bun feet. (c.1900)
An unusual shaped Elkington & Co antique silver ink stand in oval form with a beaded border and two glass ink wells. The centre cast taper stick pulls off and leaves a rectangular box for stamps. The two glass bottles have been cut and frosted and have the correct silver tops. The silver base has been crested and bears an inscription dated 1875. The...
A Victorian style bronze silver plated bee hive inkwell with detachable bee.
A square cut glass ink well with a plain silver top. (1915)
A reproduction of a Victorian novelty bronze inkwell of a pig and pigsty.
A reproduction of a Victorian painted bronze Poodle dog Ink well.