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Antique Foster & Bailey Sign Sterling Guilloche Enamel Floral Compact Pendant Nr For Sale
Foster & Bailey STERLING Silver & GUILLOCHE ENAMEL Aqua Floral COMPACT PENDANT Finger Chain This listing is for a lovely antique Art Deco Era guilloche enameland Sterling Silvercompact signed F&B STERLING for Foster & Bailey, made around 1910-1920s'. It has a finger ring anda chain attached.This beautifulcompact is made entirely of sterling silver. Outer band is pale aqua with dainty exquisite roses, bouquet and garland decorated center.The back is solid smooth silver.The measurements are 1 3/4" in diameter by 1/2"high with a 3 1/2" chain that can be removed so the compact can be worn as a pendant too. CONDITION: With an exception of minimal surface wear with hard to see hairline scratches and a shallow dent on the top of enamel that penetrates to the silver edge only by a millimeter or so, this lovely compact is in excellent antique condition: mirror is pristine, chain and finger ring are great, the hinge is flawless, the clasp closes with a snap, the alignment is perfect, colors are beautifully preserved .Please look at the many pictures I am posting for detailed assessment. Guilloché (Guilloche) technique was invented in Europe, in 17th century, at the very beginning of Industrial Era. It is a decorative engraving that involves a technique of engine turning called guilloché in French after the French engineer “Guillot”, who invented a machine “that could scratch fine patterns and designs on metallic surfaces.” Peter Carl Faberge started applying translucent enamel over guilloché metal on Faberge eggs and other decorative objects from the 1880's. The last machines were manufactured around 1948–1949 Beautiful piece of history for your vintage silver compact collection!Thank you for visiting my Shipping within the USA First Class with tracking. I'm always glad to combine shipping for purchases made within a week. INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING: International shipping for this item is calculated for First Class International. PAYMENT: Please pay within 5 days of sale end, Pay Pal only. If you are offerding/watching other items, please contact me. ABOUT ME: I am a lover of history, art and design. As a collector of vintage and antique jewelry and decorative objects, I am eager to share my enthusiasm with you. Every effort is made to offer you a low starting price in the spirit of a real sale. Final value is determined by you, the buyer. And, we can all have fun in the process. Your satisfaction is very important to me. I take full responsibility for any mistake in the listing or for missing some important detail. My pictures are part of the description and I'm always glad to answer additional questions.