Record

Reference numberMOB/039
LevelItem
TitleInk wells and tray by Wakelin & Garrard
ArtistWakelin & Garrard
Date1796
DescriptionSilver-gilt inkstand, George III with rectangular tray with everted sides, pen depressions between three large pots applied with arching leafy fronds and flowers with bolder foliage between, the covers with cone finials, bound reeded end handles, paw feet with grape vines above.
Extent1 tray, 3 wells
FormatArtefact
MaterialsMetal
Access statusOpen
ProvenancePresented by John Symmons FRS
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA5097Symmons; John (- 1832) - 1832
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