(A) A shameless "come hither" look if I ever saw one (and I can't recall the last time I did, alas; but try me!). This silver beauty (over white metal) is just less than five inches tall, about 9 1/2 wide. The original white glass inkwell is to be found under the flower petal on your left. (e-mail Jack for a price)

 

 

(B) Another comely Art Nouveau damsel beckons the writer to his or her daily sonnets, or that first novel in which the anguish of a repressed libido will be central to a tortured plot... A gold painted patina over white metal, and missing the inkwell itself, again located under the flower petal. This sensuously flowing sculpture stands almost five inches tall and is about 7 1/2 inches wide. (e-mail Jack for a price)

 

(C) My world's awash in feminine beauty! Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? In this instance the flower on our lady's hair swivels to reveal the inkwell. And now it's time to get back to work on that sonnet...so easily distracted...

AND so easily SOLD!!!

 

 

 

(F) Look how the light softly gathers in the curves and recesses of this sensuous inkwell. Not even the latest Apple computer is that sexy, huh? Well, it's a different time, isn't it? And isn't that why we're here, gathering up antiquities that sound their sensibilities from bygone eras? (e-mail Jack for a price)

 

 
 
 

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