Place of Origin: Birmingham, UK Year: 1915 Material: 925 sterling silver, crystal, Fritillaria. Weight: total weight 1034.8 grams! Size: The ink table has a maximum length of 22.3 cm, a maximum width of 14.6 cm, and a maximum height of 6.5 cm. The ink bottle has a maximum length of cm, a width of 4.9 cm, a maximum height of 5.6 cm, a gold pen length of 15.5 cm, and a maximum diameter of 0.6 cm. Candlestick stamp: "Lion" representing 925 sterling silver in the UK, representing the "anchor" of the city of Birmingham, representing the letter "r" in 1915 Description: Victorian openwork carved ink set with crystal ink bottles on both sides and rounded base. There are 5 markings on the whole ink station, two in the ink bottle cap and the bottle mouth, one in the front of the ink rack, and the bottom nut of the ink rack are all 925 sterling silver, and all are engraved with marks! With the original noble pen, especially rare! The pen is a deep-sea color fluorescing fritillary ~ the overall material is heavy, highlighting the quality ~925 sterling silver mark, origin mark, age mark, artisan mark complete and clear.