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The Collector's World of Inkwells

By Jean & Franklin Hunting

ISBN 0-7643-1102-6

Publisher: Schiffer Publishing Ltd.

Publishing Year: 2000

1St Edition

1St Print

Language: English

Book Format: Hard Cover

Book Dimensions: 22x28.8 cm

288 Pages

 
Description

  





"This book will delight any inkwell collector. It features over 1,000 photographs of inkwells and inkstands. Included are exceptionally beautiful and rare examples, spanning from the mid-eighteenth century to the early twentieth century, by makers in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Tiffany, Wedgwood, Quimper, Staffordshire, Sandwich and Vaseline glass, majolica, art pottery, faience, milk glass, and Delft are well represented. Also are others of porcelain, sterling silver, pewter, cast iron, brass, wood and other natural materials, and some with precious and semi-precious stones. Combination pieces are featured as well, appealing to collectors of paperweights, candle holders, and desk accessories. With detailed descriptions, a historical perspective, tables on United States patents and designs, an up-to-date price guide, and an index, this book is a major source of information for collectors and dealers."


 
 
 



 

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