Arthur & Bond

Arthur and Bond Japanese Silver Inkstand, circa 1900, Meiji Period

A fine and rare Arthur and Bond of Yokohama, silver inkstand, circa 1900. Meiji Period. The rectangular silver tray, chased and embossed with flowering lily pads on a river. Twin silver mounted glass inkwells; the pierced silver again decorated with flowering lotus leaves, as is the stamp box and the globular glass bowl.
Stamped ‘Arthur & Bond, Yokohama’, and ‘Sterling’ to the bases.
Length of tray 25.8 cm, 10”.
Width of tray 15 cm, 5 7/8”.
Height of inkwells 7 cm, 2 3/4”.
Width of inkwells 5.3 cm, 2 1/8”.
Condition - Excellent. No damage. No repair.
Weight of tray - 240 grammes, 8 1/2 oz. (Unable to calculate the other items, as the silver encases glass.)

Medium: Silver

Height  2.00 cm, 1"
Width  25.50 cm, 10"
Depth  15.00 cm, 6"

Condition: Good


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