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A Regency gilt-bronze inkstand in the form of a cistern, early 19th century 
LOT SOLD. 750 GBP
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A Regency gilt-bronze inkstand in the form of a cistern, early 19th century 
LOT SOLD. 750 GBP
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Details & Cataloguing

Recollections of Places Past, Property from the Estate of Sir John and Lady Smith

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A Regency gilt-bronze inkstand in the form of a cistern, early 19th century 
with two glass inkwells and Mercury masks to each end together with a set of Italian 'Grand Tour' plaster casts of gems in double-sided beech case, with a printed list of casts (23cm. by 15cm.)
inkstand: 8cm. high, 21cm. wide, 10cm. deep; 3¼in., 8¼in., 4in.
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Provenance

Possibly Oswald Smith (1794-1863) and the plasters possibly acquired on his Grand Tour in 1818
or
Arthur Vansittart (1807-1859) when in Italy

Recollections of Places Past, Property from the Estate of Sir John and Lady Smith

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London