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Sterling Silver & Cut Crystal Inkwell With A Seperate Sterling Base.
Located in Ottawa, Ontario
Sterling Silver & Cut Crystal Inkwell With A Seperate Sterling Base. The inkwell has a flip top and a seperate sterling silver detachable base. The inkwell measures 3 3/8"-i...
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Early 20th Century English Edwardian Inkwells

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Crystal, Sterling Silver

Antique English Edwardian Cut Crystal & Sterling Silver Inkwell, Circa 1900's
Located in New Orleans, LA
Fine antique English Edwardian Hallmarked cut crystal and sterling silver inkwell, Circa 1900's.
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20th Century English Inkwells

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Crystal, Sterling Silver

Cut Crystal 20th century Inkwell with Sterling Silver Top
Located in Stamford, CT
Beautiful cut crystal inkwell. Early 20th century piece with sterling silver top which is personally initialized. Delicately made with star design cut bottom. On the "neck" of the bo...
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Early 20th Century American Inkwells

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Crystal

Antique English Sterling Silver and Cut Crystal Watch-Clock Inkwell, Circa 1910
Located in New Orleans, LA
Wonderful antique English sterling silver and cut crystal watch-clock inkwell, Circa 1910.
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Vintage 1910s English Table Clocks and Desk Clocks

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Crystal, Sterling Silver

Unusual Sterling Silver-Mounted Cut Crystal Inkwell
Located in New York, NY
Unusual, sterling silver-mounted, cut crystal inkwell, London, 1906, Wm. Hutton & Sons, Ltd. - makers. Only underside of inkwell is "cut," allowing the dark green design to show. Res...
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Early 20th Century English Inkwells

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Crystal, Sterling Silver

Cut Crystal Inkwell with Sterling Silver Top
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Large Edward VII period cane cut crystal inkwell with sterling silver hallmarked top and star cut base. The hallmarks on the collar are from Chester, England 1904. (This item is eli...
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Antique Early 1900s English Edwardian Inkwells

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Crystal

Victorian Sterling Silver & Cut Crystal Double Inkwell Rawlings & Sumner
Located in Great Barrington, MA
This lovely 19th C. English Silver double inkwell is the perfect desk accessory for the discerning collector. Made in 1839, the cut glass ink bottles are topped with floral finials a...
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Antique 19th Century British Inkwells

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Crystal, Sterling Silver

Antique English Cut Crystal & Sterling Silver Inkwell, 1904
By Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd.
Located in London, GB
A stunning Edwardian inkwell made from a hefty piece of English crystal, hand-cut all-over with a design resembling a honey cone pattern. The collar and hinged lid is made from st...
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Antique Early 1900s English Edwardian Inkwells

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Crystal, Sterling Silver

Antique French Cut Crystal and Sterling Silver Dedication Inkwell, 1896
Located in Big Flats, NY
Antique French cut crystal inkwell features sterling silver top with incised dedication, marked sterling, dated 1896 Measures: 3" H x 4" diameter, .75" diameter mouth.
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Antique 19th Century French Inkwells

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Crystal, Sterling Silver

English Sterling Silver Standish with Two Cut-Glass Inkwells
By Edward Barnard & Sons
Located in San Francisco, CA
An English sterling standish with 2 inkwells and an elaborate filigree surround supported on paw feet, made and signed by Edward Barnard and Sons, Ltd. hallmarked for London, 1899.
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Antique 1890s English Victorian Inkwells

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Crystal, Sterling Silver

Antique English Cut Crystal and Sterling Silver Inkwell, 1899
By William Hutton & Sons
Located in London, GB
A beautiful late Victorian inkwell made from a hefty piece of English crystal or circular form with the underside intricately handcut in the ever-popular hobnail design. The body ...
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Antique 1890s English Late Victorian Inkwells

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Sterling Silver

Sterling And Cut Crystal Inkwells For Sale on 1stDibs

Find a variety of sterling and cut crystal inkwells available on 1stDibs. Each of these unique sterling and cut crystal inkwells was constructed with extraordinary care, often using crystal, stone and metal. There are all kinds of sterling and cut crystal inkwells available, from those produced as long ago as the 19th Century to those made as recently as the 20th Century. Sterling and cut crystal inkwells made by Victorian designers — are very popular at 1stDibs. Edward Barnard & Sons, Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd. and William Hutton & Sons each produced beautiful sterling and cut crystal inkwells that are worth considering.

How Much are Sterling And Cut Crystal Inkwells?

Prices for sterling and cut crystal inkwells can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, sterling and cut crystal inkwells begin at $375 and can go as high as $3,800, while the average can fetch as much as $825.

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