Silver Plated Inkwells by Hardwicke Collection arrive at Penfax

May 07, 2017

Silver Plated Inkwells by Hardwicke Collection arrive at Penfax

Some Hardwicke Collection news...Penfax now stock the gorgeous Sterling Silver and Silver Plated Inkwells, Rocker Blotters, Paperweights and other silver made accessories. The superb crystal inkwells are still made by time served craftsmen in the U.K. All sterling silver is .925 and ASSAY marked for authenticity.  The English, full lead crystal Inkwell, is also hand-made, mouth blown bottle and has been specially designed to replicate old glass and comes with either sterling silver or silver plated hinged top and either 'antique look' or cut styling.  All pieces can be supplied with or without solid teak wood polished base and are all gift boxed too.  The new dark silver pieces add another dimension to the lustre of the polished silver, giving an even deeper regal touch. Rocker blotters and paperweights are made with the same care and attention to detail and are truly practical gifts, again can be supplied with or without solid teak wood base.

Cobalt blue Antique crystal inkwell is one of our favourites and will sit well on any writing desk or bureau - add a  genuine goose quill for an even more authentic look.




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