Antique 19th Century Glazed Stoneware Master Ink Bottle London, England
Product Description: Stoneware Ink Bottles similar to this one were once used as a Master Bottle to sell writing fluid in larger ounces. It stands 9 inches tall with a single pouring lip to easily fill inkwells. Incised on the front is “VITREOUS STONE BOTTLE, J. BOURNE & SON, PATENTEES, DENBY POTTERY, NEAR BERBY, P & J ARNOLD, LONDON”
Note: Refer to “Condition” for additional information.
Circa: Mid to Late 1800s
Height: 9 1/8” (overall)
Width: 3 ½”
Capacity: 32 ounces, 1 Quart
Original or Reproduction: Original
Weight: 1 pound 16 ounces
Color: Brown Tone, Carmel
Manufacture: Refer to Markings
Origin: London, England
Markings: No visible markings
Condition: Previously owned – used. No cracks or repairs. 1/4” chip under pouring spout. One ½” chip in body of bottle (as shown). Light wear and scratches on glaze.
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