A Military Inkstand.
A Military Inkstand.
A Military Inkstand.
A Military Inkstand.
A Military Inkstand.
A Military Inkstand.
A Military Inkstand.
A Military Inkstand.
A Military Inkstand.
A Military Inkstand.
A Military Inkstand.
A Military Inkstand.
A Military Inkstand.
A Military Inkstand.
A Military Inkstand.
A Military Inkstand.
A Military Inkstand.
A Military Inkstand.
A Military Inkstand.
A Military Inkstand.

CARRINGTON & CO LTD (worked from 1922)

A Military Inkstand.

1935 England

Offered by Peter Cameron

£2,450 gbp
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An Inkstand, London 1935, Carrington & Co., the wells in the form of kettle drums mounted on an ebonised wood base, with an engraved silver plaque: ''presented to Lieut. C.J. F. Platt, 3rd The King's Own Hussars, on his marriage by his brother Officers, 9th April 1935.'

Details of the marriage were recorded in 'The Times' of Wednesday, Apr 10, 1935; pg. 17: Charles John Frederick Platt married Daphne Victoria Schroder at St. Oswald's in Worleston, Cheshire.
Major Platt was killed in a train crash in Syria eight years later.

The weight given below is the weight including the wooden base and glass wells. The drums are hall-marked underneath.
Good. The surface of the ebonised wood with some wear. One glass well possibly a replacement and the seam of the silver mount on that well with a split.
Dimensions
Height 32.00 cm (12.60 inches)
Width 17.50 cm (6.89 inches)
Depth 9.90 cm (3.90 inches)
Weight 1513.60g (48.67oz t)
Stock Code
O4275
Medium
silver, glass, wood
Peter Cameron

Peter Cameron
Vault 57
The London Silver Vaults
53-64 Chancery Lane
London
WC2A 1QS

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