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Desktop Walnut and brass ink Blotter

Desktop Walnut and brass ink Blotter

Regular price $69.00 USD
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Introducing our distinguished Premium Walnut and Brass Ink Blotter – a blend of tradition, craftsmanship, and vintage charm that will grace your desk with a touch of timeless elegance. Meticulously crafted from the finest walnut and brass, this ink blotter pays homage to the history of written communication while adding a hint of nostalgia to your workspace.

Designed with attention to both form and function, the removable handle of our blotter makes it effortlessly easy to insert fresh blotting paper. This attention to detail showcases the thoughtful practicality behind this classic tool.

Transport your workspace back in time with this elegant and chic object. Its vintage allure adds character to your desk and sparks conversations about the evolution of writing and communication.

A gift for that person who has everything!

Replaceable blotting sheet, 105mm x 48mm blotting capacity.

Blotter Refills are available.  Click here

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I got this for my own desk. It has a gravitas about it and gives me peace of mind that the ink is dry before I fold the paper; it also acts as a finishing stamp on my writing task.

Thanks for the feedback Emmet, great looking blotter for sure, and I get the feeling of completion when you run blotting paper over the page. Thank again Richard

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Emmit
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I got this for my own desk. It has a gravitas about it and gives me peace of mind that the ink is dry before I fold the paper; it also acts as a finishing stamp on my writing task.

Thanks for the feedback Emmet, great looking blotter for sure, and I get the feeling of completion when you run blotting paper over the page. Thank again Richard