A Silver Pen Tray by Gerald BenneySOLD

This is a Modernist Silver Pen Tray made in London by the renowned Gerald Benney in 1979, it bears the inscription 'The institute of chartered accountants in england and wales centenary 1880-1980'.

The Modernist Pen Tray looks fantastic on anyones desk (Its currently sitting on mine right now!) and as well it should! Made by Gerald Benny using his eye for design and all the praise that is rightly given to his skill, this Pen Tray stands out in the crowd, with the Modernist look and the Gerald Benny trademark 'Bark Effect'. It certainly makes a statement!

23cm in length, 13.5cm in width and 2.5cm tall.

The condition is excellent throughout with no damage or repair.

Type: ink well
Function: desk related
Maker: Gerald Benney
Country: England

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