There was an inkhorn and paper at a little table and he wrote a line and signed it.
In his hand was his weapon, a pen; his skull was an inkhorn, and his cap its lid.
He recalled this now, as he took his inkhorn from the dusty table.
Away with him, I say: hang him with his pen and inkhorn about his neck.
Bené Leblanc will be here anon, with his papers and inkhorn.
Katharine held the inkhorn carefully, as if it had been a precious vase.
So she said, Bring me an inkhorn and paper, and a pen of brass.
A slave then brought in a writing-table, a scroll of parchment, and an inkhorn.
And he threw Gerard a piece of paper, and pointed to an inkhorn.
Each of the clerks had before him an open register and an inkhorn.