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A lovely aqua blue Caw's Ink bottle from the 1800s - hand blown and embossed school house shaped ink bottle reads: Caw's Ink New York. A fabulous piece for the collector, or for the fancier of fine old things.

In fine condition with no chips or cracks-- air bubbles present in glass --significant of age.

Bottle measures 2.25" h x 1.75" w x 1.75" d

A little history:
In 1886, Francis Cashel Brown, joined the Fountain Ink Company of 62 Cliff Street, New York. Inspired by the company’s crow-colored ink, he devised the name "Caws." When Fountain Ink went broke that October, Brown bought the assets in a bankruptcy sale. He changed the name to "Caw's Ink and Pen Company", and named his wife its President.

Antique 1800s Caw's Aqua Glass Embossed Ink Bottle, Victorian Ink Well, School House, Hand Blown Glass,


  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Material: glass
  • Ships worldwide from New York, United States
  • Feedback: 954 reviews
  • Favorited by: 127 people