INK WELL – PAGODA SHAPERegular price ₹ 16,130.00
INK WELL – PAGODA SHAPE
Origin: 19th century, Rajasthan
The writer dips the pen (or quill) into the inkwell to fill more ink into the pen. Inkwells are reservoirs for storing ink. As these are often kept on desks, inkwells are often used for decorative purposes. Usually, ink wells have lids that prevent contamination, evaporation, accidental spillage, and excessive exposure to air. Different materials like brass and glass are used to craft inkwells in different designs, sizes, and shapes. The pagoda-shaped heavy inkwell here is cast in two parts which are, the inkwell and the lid.