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A George I plain oblong inkstand on four scroll feet with upcurved border with two cylindrical pots and another in the centre

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A George I plain oblong inkstand on four scroll feet with upcurved border with two cylindrical pots and another in the centre, with taper stick above by Philip Rainaud 1725, engraved at a latter date with a coat of arms and crest on inserted plate, 11 3/4in. long.

ID:  3743

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Cumbria

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