London, South Kensington
4 July 2000
A 19th century Russian travelling dressing set, comprising:
three oblong boxes, two square bottles, a retractable shaving brush, an inkwell, two circular jars and a oblong box with screw down top, all with plain mounts engraved with the initial D and a crown, the box velvet lined and with stationary wallet and two concealed compartments, one containing four various knives including a cut-throat razor and penknife, the box - 31cm wide x 26cm long x 15cm deep.
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