Treenware Sander Pounce Pot (16) 19th cent

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Treenware Sander Pounce Pot (16) 19th cent

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SIZE
3inches tall; 2 3/4 in diameter.

DESCRIPTION
Sanders (aka pounce pots) were an essential tool of 18th and 19th century quill pen writing. They contained a fine powder (pounce) which was shaken on freshly penned papers to help blot and dry the ink. The tops of these things are deeply concave to facilitate collecting and recycling the used pounce. An appropriate and decorative eccoutrement for antique desk or table.

This one-- As good quality as you will see with super-finely turned hard maple; elegant form with unusually deep concave top.

CONDITION
non thru hairline as shown-- otherwise sturdy, solid, superb

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