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Circa 1850-Circa 1860
A white china inkwell with with a brass fitting at the mouth that also serves as a hinge for the china top which also has a brass mouth. The lower section is cube shaped and the lid is pyramid-shaped minus the upper two thirds. The top and two sides are decorated with floral designs and the front has a woman's portrait in a circular gold frame.
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Mrs Elizabeth Merritt, Ink container
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