Vintage 1950's Stratton Cheers & Happy Toasts Wine & Beer Powder Compact Enamel For Sale
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Superb and just a little bit different, this fabulous vintage powder compact by Stratton is a delight, in excellent condition. The enamel finish top is an array of worldwide happy messages "Cheers" "Good Luck" "Happy Days"some in different languages (but don't worry there is a secret translation behind the inner opening lid!) with pictures of wine glasses, alcohol and grapes, measuring 2.3/4" inch,it is set to a gold tone case - all clasps and hinges are perfect opening to reveal a nice clear mirror a clean interior with an inner opening lid with the compact in hand logo, aStratton signedpuff and sifter are also present.A feint smell of powder, suggesting this little beauty has been used but with the exception of a slight loss on the picture of the champagne bucket which is hardly noticeable, it is in great condition- A really nice piece, with a great theme that I am sure will find its way to an appreciative buyer.
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