It’s amazing to see this kind of mechanism in earlier times. This is an early 19th-century inkpot made of copper, the good thing about this inkpot is when falls the ink won’t spill. It’s not just a hollow pot, it has some kind of mechanism inside that won’t allow ink to spill. These come with a cap so that the ink doesn’t dry up. These were used by writers, accountants, and various people earlier.
Age- 60-70 years old
Dimension- 5 inches tall