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1923/18: A particularly fine quality early 19th century George IV period GENTLEMAN'S DRESSING CASE. The case itself is of finest kingwood, bound in brass and opening to reveal the fully fitted interior with 17 bottles and jars with silver-gilt tops including shaving brush; snuff box; vinaigrette etc, many with fine piercing and with hand engraved Coats-of-Arms. In the drawer to the base is a fitted pad with tools and implements, whilst in the lid is the original mahogany easel mirror. Complete with two original working keys. *This very fine box is "temptingly" priced, as one bottle is cracked. The full price includes a replacement (3 months!) c.1828

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1922/18: A beautiful quality mid-Victorian lady's DRESSING & JEWELLERY CASE in excellent original condition. The box itself is of finest figured coromandel with brass edging and opens to reveal the fully-fitted interior with eleven bottles and jars all with engraved silver lids. These are arranged around the central pad of tools and implements including 2 prs of scissors and an engraved silver pencil. Within the base is a fitted jewellery drawer whilst in the lid is a concealed easel mirror.... Complete with 2 original keys, the silver is hallmarked for London 1861 c.1860

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