Browse our collection of antique and reproduction silver, silver plate, bronze and cut glass inkwells and ink stands.
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 superb quality Thomas Bradbury & Son vintage silver inkwell with a hinged cast lid and a starburst face design, detachable clear glass ink bottle and a circular silver cape. (1933).
Plain mounted Edwardian circular ink pot with a plain hinged lid and a shaped clear glass body finished with a star cut base and a detachable glass insert ink well. (1904)
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)
A very decorative cast Victorian silver plated ink stand of a peasant farmer and a donkey carrying two baskets. (c.1890)
An antique silver and cut glass Elkington & Co ink stand. (1874)
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 an unusual Victorian bronze ink well in the form of a rams head.
A reproduction of a Victorian novelty bronze inkwell of a pig and pigsty.
A reproduction of a Victorian painted bronze Poodle dog Ink well.