This square antique long perfume bottle used to adorn a lady's dressing table in the early 1900s. The bottle is beautifully clear and is closed with a small glass stopper and further capped with a silver cap marked with the London sign and the year 1902. Some small dents in the cap.
Really from the old days, writing with a fountain pen, dip pen or a feather. Because of writing with ink, it took some time to let these dry so that there were no stains. To make things go a little faster, this antique ink roller was regularly used to roll over the written text so that the text could not get smudged. The antique ink roller has a beautifully tooled Sterling silver handle in Victorian style and is from the period around 1900
*Handle to roller: 11 cm. Roller: 7 cm wide