Vintage Black Art Deco Walter Lampl Compact Case Paved Rhinestone Mirror Powder
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Vintage Black Art Deco Walter Lampl Compact Case Paved Rhinestone Mirror Powder:
Vintage BLACK ART DECO WALTER LAMPL COMPACT CASE PAVED RHINESTONE Mirror Powder
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ITEM BEING OFFERED:CIRCA 1932 - 1959 .. SEE COMPANY PATENT INFO BELOW FOR DATING ..
STUNNINGWALTER LAMPL COMPACT VANITY CASE .. PLEASE NOTE THERE IS AN AREA OF PATINA ON THE INSIDE LARGE DOOR AND THE BOTTOM OF THE LOOSE POWDER AREA THAT MAY BE ABLE TO BE POLISHED OR CLEANED NOT SURE.. LEAVING AS IS AS COLLECTORS KNOW BEST ..
EVEN WITHT HE FLAW THIS HAS TO BE ONE OF THE PRETTIEST ESTATE COMPACT THAT I HAVE EVER RAN.. BOTH THE PUFF AND SCREEN ARE STILL HERE FOR THE LARGER AREA AND THE SMALLER SIDE AREA ( UNKNOWN MAKEUP COSMETIC CONTENTS ) ARE STILL SEALED.. THERE IS THE W.L AND PAT NUMBER ( INFO BELOW ) .. ALL DOORS WORK WELL.... AND AS FAR AS THE PAVED RHINESTONES OR BETTER THEY ARE NEARLY ALL HERE.. THERE ARE ALSO ACCENTS OF JEWEL EMERALD COLORED STONES ( UNKNOWN ) WITH THE LOOK OF EMERALD BAGUETTES THERE IS AN 'X' DESIGN IN THEM ONT HE TOP AND THERE IS A SMALL ROW OF THEM ON THE SIDE NEAR THE SIDE BUTTON TO OPEN .. EVEN THE LEVER BUTTON IS PAVED IN STONES..
OK NOW I JUST WENT THROUGH THIS PIECE ON THE SIDE PAVED AREA AND ON THE TOP.. AND I CAN NOT FIND A SINGLE STONE MISSING..
I LOOKED FOR A LONG TIME.. I MAY HAVE MISSED ONE THATS NOT THERE BUT HONEST I DIDNT SEE A MISSING GLUESET STONE... I DID SEE ABOUT 3 STONES TAHT WERE A TAD GREY / GRAY AND LOOK LIKE THEY ARE SET IN A LITTLE OFF.. BUT IF YOU READ THE ESTATE BELOW ..
I HIGHLY DOUBT THAT THE OLD GAL THAT OWNED THIS BEFORE ADDED THESE COUPLE STONES.. IT LOOKS LIKES IT WOULD BE FROM MANUF... THE BIG ISSUE THIS PIECE HAS IS THE PATINA AREA .. WHICH CAN BE SEEN IN PICTURE 10 AND 11 .. THOSE THAT COLLECT COMPACTS IM SURE KNOW HOW RARE THE WALTER LAMPL PIECES ARE ESPECIALLY COMPACTS .. INSIDE THE POWDER AREA THERE IS ALSO THE GUILLOCHE SWIRLS TO THE METAL .. THE BLACK ( WHAT I BELIEVE TO BE ENAMEL ) IS IN GREAT CONDITION ONLY LIGHT NORMAL RUBS NO AREAS MISSING AS MANY COMPACTS HAVE.. THE INSIDE MIRROR IS A LITTLE CLOUDY .. ( BUT NOT FROM A LACK OF SILVER BACK ) .. THESE COMPACTS BY WL / W.L RUN INTO THE HUNDREDS AT TIMES AND THEY ARE VERY HARD TO FIND ON .. THERE ARE FEW LISTED.. MOSTLY WHAT YOU FIND OF THE W.L ITEMS ARE JEWELRY PIECES.. COMPACTS ARE VERY RARE ... THERE IS A TON OF BLING TO THIS PIECE..
CLOSED THE PIECE MEASURES 3 1/4 " x 2 1/4" ( PLUS SIDE TAB )
FEATURES PATENT NUMBER 188793 OWNER OF ORIGINAL PAT. WAS EBITZ EUDOUG / FRITZ RUDOLPH JOHNSON DATED OCTOBER 18 1932
ESTATE PIECE IN AS FOUND CONDITION. I AM INCLUDING THE LITTLE TAN BAG THAT I FOUND IN THE ESTATE JEWELRY.. THE COMPACT FIT SO NICE SO DECIDED TO AD TO THE PIECE..
WIKI GOOGLE INFO ; Walter Lampl. In its day, this wholesale manufacturer of fine and costume jewelry was a powerhouse in the industry. From his offices and showroom on New York’s Fifth Avenue, Walter Lampl created fine crafted jewelry as unique as he was and a system for distributing it as big-hearted as himself. Walter Lampl Company was a wholesale jewelry company which created bold and highly individualistic jewelry in a variety of materials Their motto was, "Creators of the Unusual, As Usual." The company was begun in 1921 by Walter Lampl. Walter Lampl was born in the U.S. His parents immigrated to New York from Hungary. He began working for a jeweler who specialized in watch chains when he was a teenager. At age 25 he started his own business. Based in New York, the company continued under his leadership until his premature death in 1945. His wife, Sylvia Lampl, inherited the company, which was then managed by his oldest son, Walter, Jr. until the company went out of business in 1959.
MR AND MRS DOYLE OF KENDALL NEW YORK WERE WORLD TRAVELERS AND BROUGHT HOME MANY SOUVENIRS AND TRINKETS FROM MANY OF THE LOCATIONS THAT THEY TRAVELED TO DURING THE TOURIST BOOM OF THE 1970 .. A FEW OF THE PLACES THAT THEY VISITED WERE..
HAWAII , PORTUGAL , FLORENCE ITALY , GERMANY , HON KONG , JAPAN , SIAM , DENMARK , MEXICO , ALASKA , LONDON ENGLAND JUST TO NAME A FEW.. I WILL BE LISTING MANY OF THESE UNIQUE ITEMS OVER THE NEXT COUPLE MONTHS .. THERE ARE SO MANY INTERESTING PIECES OF ART FROM AROUND THE WORLD THAT WILL BE ON THE LISTMR & MRS DOYLE ESTATE HISTORY Mrs Muriel JDoyle, Home: Kendall, NY Date of Death: August 1, 2010 Place of Birth: Clinton, NY Birthdate: June 21, 1917 Age: 93 Funeral Service: Thursday, August 5, 2010 10:00 AM Kendall United Methodist Church, Kendall, NY Interment: Mt. Albion Cemetery, Albion, NY Biography Doyle, Muriel J. Kendall: Passed peacefully on Sunday August 1, 2010 at the age of 93. Predeceased by her husband David J. Doyle in 2004. She is survived by a host of good friends. Born in Clinton, NY, Muriel was aresident of Kendall for almost 60 years. The Doyles were world wide travelers during their life together but their first love was Kendall. Muriel was a long time member of the Order of Eastern Star and Kendall Methodist Church. She belonged to a Bridge Club and continued to play each month. There will be no prior calling hours. A Funeral Service will be held Thursday August 5th 10:00 am at the Kendall United Methodist Church. Interment will follow at Mt. Albion Cemetery. Those wishing may contribute to the Doyle Memorial Scholarship Fund c/o Kendall Central School, 1932 Kendall Rd., Kendall, NY 14476. October 4, 2010 Kendall High School gets new name By Rikki Cason The Journal-Register KENDALL — David J. Doyle, retired Administrator of Kendall Central Schools David J. Doyle, retired Superintendent of Kendall Central Schools, died November 18, 2004. He is survived by his wife. Muriel and David Doyle celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary on October 17, 2004. They had enjoyed each other's company for 69 years, since they first met in 1935 Mr. Doyle was a resident of Kendall for 50 years. He was Superintendent of Kendall Central Schools for 25 years from 1954 until his retirement in 1979. Following his retirement, he continued in the field of education as interim superintendent at Lyndonville Central School in 1981, as interim superintendent at Honeoye Central School in 1984 and as interim superintendent at Holley Central School in 1988. Mr. Doyle was a 1939 graduate of Hamilton College, Clinton, New York. His teaching career spanned over 39 years, interrupted only by 4 1/2 years of military service. To alleviate overcrowding in KCS, plans were made to build a new Jr.-Sr. High School. In September 1971 the new school opened to students. It included many new features including: team teaching and large group instruction. A room with 100 student capacity and tiered seats would enable two or three large classes to meet together for subjects of interest to the entire group. Separate class rooms were available for biology, physics, chemistry and junior high science. A large gym was added, as well as an auditorium to seat 666. The school continues to be the center of school and community activities. David Doyle's involvement with and dedication to the Section V Boys' Basketball Tournament covered 40 years in a variety of offices including President and 13 years as Treasurer with the responsibility for tournament funds of 120 schools. He was a member of the Executive Committee, directing headquarter's operation during tournament time each March. In 2002 David Doyle was inducted as a member of the Section V Basketball Hall of Fame. David Doyle was a World War II Veteran as Commanding Officer of the 1175th Quartermaster Company. He completed 28 years of military service (1942-1970). He and his company sailed from England to Europe on a LST and landed on Omaha Beach (1944) shortly after D-Day and followed the 3rd Army through France and Germany, supplying Gen. Patton as he pushed back the enemy. While in Europe, LTC Doyle was awarded the Bronze Star with 5 Campaign Stars. His commendation was for superior management and operation of the 1175th Quartermaster Company in the field. As of 1999, Col. Doyle is a Charter Member of the National World War II Memorial. He is a WWII Honoree and his name is listed in the Registry of Remembrances. It can be viewed on site at the National War Memorial which was dedicated on May 29, 2004 in Washington, D.C. Mr. Doyle was a member of Orleans Unit of the New York State Retired Teacher's Association, a 30 year member of Masonic Social Lodge #713, Kendall, a member of Genesee Valley Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA). David J. Doyle was buried with military honors on November 22, 2004 in Mt. Albion Cemetery. In the midst of homecoming activities and sporting events this week, the Kendall Central School District celebrated an important change. As of Saturday, Kendall Junior/Senior High School will now be known as David J. Doyle Kendall Junior/Senior High School, in honor of the man who was dedicated to not only the district but the entire Kendall community. During the homecoming soccer games Saturday, a ceremony was held to officially rename the school after the late Doyle. The honor was bestowed “based on the outstanding amount of leadership and contributions to the community,” school board President Ed Gaesser said of why the board voted during its June meeting to rename the school after Doyle. The ceremony included a gun salute by the Holley VFW and American Legion and the singing of the National Anthem and God Bless the USA by elementary and high school students. Doyle was a Kendall resident for 50 years. He served as superintendent of schools from 1954 until his retirement in 1979. Besides working for Kendall, Doyle was a World War II veteran and was a member of many community organizations. During the ceremony, Gaesser spoke of Doyle’s life and his greatest achievements to the school and community. Gaesser said that one of his achievements was building the high school, which opened in 1971. The school featured additional space for both the students and community to use, a large gym, an auditorium with 666 seats to accommodate graduation and other events and carpeted walkways for noise control. Doyle passed away in 2004. Selected former superintendents Mr. David J. Doyle David J. Doyle Kendall Jr/Sr High School
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