Gutta percha inkstand, c. 1851.

Made:
c. 1851 in Islington
maker:
Gutta Percha Company

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Inkstand made of Gutta Percha, made by the Gutta Percha Company, Islington, c1851. Shown in the Gutta Percha catalogue 'Particulars and Testimonials of the Various Applications of Gutta Percha' of 1851 on page 54 as 'Instand No. 1, for Libraries, Offices, etc.' (See T/1984-1109)

Details

Category:
Plastics and Modern Materials
Object Number:
1984-1102
type:
inkstand
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • container - receptacle
credit:
Donated by H. F. WilsonH F Wilson
status:
Permanent collection

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