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Antique Travel Grooming Set 3 Piece Mirror, Perfume Vial, Compact Enamel, Brass For Sale
Rare, tiny items uniquely tucked into a fitted 4" X 4" carry box. Each one is made of brass. The fronts of them are coated with cobalt blue enamel with white enamel surrounding it. All in excellent condition! Mirror is very clear and has a small hole at end of handle - perhaps to be placed on a chain. The back of vial is embossed with a textured pattern complete with screw on cap. Pill, locket case' etc. has a plain back with a very secure, working catch. The carrying box has broken away from the bottom but fits back together perfectly and the button catch fits as new. Both the top and bottom of the outer sides of case are in excellent shape. Not an everyday find. This found at a yard sale and couple selling showed me a picture of the great grand mother who owned it. This helped traced the age of item to the 1800s.