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This ink pot dates from the 19th century.
Salt-glazed stoneware ink pots like this were mass produced.
They were known as ‘penny ink bottles’ for the price the powder ink sold for.
This pot was recovered during archaeological excavations at Edinburgh Castle between 1988 and 1991.
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45 x 40 x 35mm
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