VINTAGE 1900'S CAST IRON "INDIAN CHIEF" IN FULL HEADDRESS WAR BONNET INK WELL
Recently discovered in northern Illinois is this incredible 1900's period cast iron Ink Well.
This beauty measures 7-1/4" wide, 6-1/8" deep, and 4-1/4" tall. The Ink Well displays an Indian Chief with full Headdress War Bonnet. Note the fine detail of the headdress and the Chief's face. Also note the tray with its Bear Claws displayed on each side.
The outstanding piece is in very good condition and appears to be totally damaged free. Note: The ink well insert is missing.
The attractive Ink Well displays exceptionally well and will make a nice addition for your collection or a wonderful Desk display.
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