Rectangular ink-well with cover, both plano-convex in cross-section, of green imitation onyx catalin, with cylindrical ink-pot of black imitation obsidian, base stepped at sides and front, cover stepped at front, designed by Charles Boyton of Carvacraft, for John Dickinson and Company Ltd., Great Britain, 1948.
- Plastics and Modern Materials
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- ink well
- furnishing and equipment
- container - receptacle
- Jesse, J
- Permanent collection
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