Vintage Stoneware Ink Bottle
What a find! These are believed to have been made almost 150 years ago in the 1800's when it all began for Royal Doulton England. It has an unusual angular 'lip' at the rim of the bottle. The bottles were made by Doulton and were used to deliver and supply ink for offices and schools. The lip helps to pour the liquid into the ink wells and different rims were made to differentiate between the red or black inks.
- Dimensions: 8" height, 3 1/4 diameter. 1lb, 12oz
- Origin believed to be England, over 100 years old
- There are chips and dings (reflected in price), but still a unique piece in sturdy condition.
- 2 available, sold separately
Perfect for the collectors or to display as part of your antique English interior design theme.