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Ink Well
c. 1915-1950
Made by Lester Howard Vaughan
Silversmith Lester Howard Vaughan began working with pewter about 1915. His well-known work contributed to the popularity of colonial-style pewter forms during the early decades of the twentieth century and may have provided some models for the Val-Kill Forge.
Pewter, ceramic. H 10.1, W 8.2, D 8.2 cm.
Eleanor Roosevelt National Historical Site, ELRO 426

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