IGLOO INK WELL BY JOHN & ISAAC ELIJAH MOORE

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Item Code: 998-638

Aqua colored glass ink well in an igloo style. Flat panels around base feature the letters “J”, “&”, “I”, “E”, and “M’. A mould seam runs over the top.  This ink well was made by the Moore’s of Warren, MA.

The Moore's father and son owned a large ink producing company which they began operations in 1858. The company was located in Warren, MA.   [jet]

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