This rare and larger the normal Divit of oblong form with bombe-shaped inkwell, the central parts are finely polished and plane, the borders and the inside lid of the inkwell are beautifully engraved with floral designs, a polished rock crystal encrusted in the centre of the inkwell gilded lid.
The shape of the Ottoman portable or a travelling pen-case and inkwell Divit is rather unique and typical, for practicality both the pen-case and the inkwell are attached together.
This important Divit belongs to the earliest marked group of this type which bears the Sultan monogram or (TUGRAH) and the oldest known Divit maker of this type was Rumi.
The Divit Maker Rumi had worked under three ruling Sultans, the Ottoman Sultans (Ahmed II, Mustafa II and Ahmed III) the working period between (1106-1143AH.).