Dressing Accessories

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Silver dressing table mirror with bevelled plate
Birmingham 1897; 9.75in.(24.75.5cm) H

£245

Silver Hatpin Stands
L: With unusual mesh base, Chester 1913 - Sold
R: Also takes rings, Birmingham 1922
5in.(12.75cm) H - £70

T: Engraved silver gentleman's card case
Dated 1903. 3.25ins.(8cm) W - £75
B: Silver reversible pencil case - Sold
Another available @ £34


Cut glass scent bottles
L: Silver top, 1898; 4.25in.(11cm) H - Sold
C: Silver top, 1907, 5in.(13cm) H - £85
R: Layer glass, c.1890, 2in.(5cm) W - Sold

Victorian engraved silver card cases

L: Nathaniel Mills, 1848; 4in.(10cm) H - Sold
R: 1895; expanding wallet inside - £145

TL: Silver pencil holder by Sampson Mordan London 1905; 2.25ins.L cl. - Sold
TR: Silver card case, 1907; 3.25ins.H - £125
B: Silver comb & case, 1931 - Sold

L: Earliest type of silver vesta case
Birmingham 1874; 2.1in.(5.25cm) H - Sold
R: Usual, later vesta case;
Birmingham 1899 -
£38

Silver Castle-Top vinaigrette by Nathaniel Mills
Windsor Castle. Birmingham 1838

1.6in.(4cm) W. - £1245

Unique silver vesta case
Birmingham 1907. 2in.(5cm) W

£295

Georgian mahogany dressing case with
silver-top jars, London 1824
Completely fitted, including mirror & key
12.5in.(32cm) W - £985

Mother-of-pearl & ivory Aide Memoire
Circa 1880; 2.25in.(5.75cm) H closed

£34

SOVEREIGN CASES
L: Silver, B'ham 1897; 1.25in.(3cm) Diam. - £85
C: Silver, B'ham 1891- Sold. R: Plated, by Dennison, circa 1905 - Sold

A Collection of Belt & Shoe Buckles
in silver and enamel.


From £15 to £80

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