In the center of the top is an assortment of different brands of ink bottles--a couple are over 20 years old and a couple are new.
On the right hand side--in the very back are the inks for my Rapidograph pens and in the white box cover are an assortment of odd inks. There's calligraphy, India, walnut...and, except for the newer walnut, I think all the rest of them are 25-30 years old.
Then there are the six smaller drawers.
Top right: all these pens are filled with ink samples from Ink Drop.
Middle left: on the left side are all the calligraphy fountain pens and on the right side is the pen with the invisible ink & the blacklights.
Middle right: my flex fountain pens on the left and my set of Rapidograph drawing pens on the right.
The bottom two small drawers are empty!!
Middle big drawer: just stuck these in here for now. Actually use what looks like tiny shot glasses for dip pens--so maybe they should go in the above drawer, now that I think about it. You know what they are? They're small glass containers for people to soak a fingernail in when they are getting their nails done and you can buy them for cheap at beauty supply stores. They work perfectly to hold a small amount of ink for dip pen work so that you don't have to have the larger bottle open for long periods of time or dip deeply (and messily if you are me) into a big ink bottle. The bottles with the eye droppers and the loose eyedropper were used for moving ink around, but now I have my new syringes, which work even better!
Bottom big drawer is refills, converters, and parts.
The wooden box on the left side holds the syringes, rubber rings, silicone grease, and more pen parts.
Whew! And there's no room for all the ink samples from Ink Drop. Well, not if I want them standing upright. But, since I cleared out most of a drawer in my dresser, I now have the prefect spot for one of the plastic ink sample holder trays when I finally buy one. ;)