by Low Lai Chow in New Trends on Tuesday 9 April 2013

Hmm, we wonder how accurate this is. Phrenology, which was big during the Victorian period, basically refers to the study of the relationship between character and the shape of the skull. Doctor’s desks typically had a model of a head that segregated areas according to the senses these are associated with — with a inkwell to jot prescriptions with a stylus and a nib.

The AM Phrenology Inkwell, a curious replica of an antique phrenology head inkwell, is so cool we think we now know what to consult when we get a headache.