Originally used for selling ink in the 1800s, these ink bottles came with small cork stoppers. The salt glazing means each is unique, some being darker and some lighter and all having different patination.
Handpicked from antique traders by our team for their beautiful burnished amber colours, these Victorian ceramic salt glazed ink bottles make a delicate statement whether as flower pots, pen holders, or brush pots.
Some bottles have a makers mark stamped around the bottom of the side.
Small lip at the top, originally for pouring out the ink they contained.
Due to the handmade nature of the pieces, they develop subtle variations in texture and irregularities in shape and glazing. Each one is unique and size may vary.
If you have any specific preferences regarding the appearance of the pot you're ordering (for example if you prefer one fully glazed), please get in touch with us when you place the order to let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
The larger ink pots (number 4 and 5) are 15cm in height and 6.5cm in width
The smaller ink pots (number 1-3) are 11cm in height and 5cm in width