Charles Ridgeway Inkwell
Stock No: 000902
Height: 3.75 Inches / 10 cm
Reference: Harding Book 2, Page 306, Fig 3365
A head of a man in wing collar and tie. This was made to serve as an inkwell. This figure is said to be that of a man who had an argument with a fellow potter (the potter Charles Ridgeway), in retaliation, the fellow potter made a character head of him and his wife, so that ‘their mouths forever be filled with ink’.
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