London, South Kensington
1 December 1992
A Victorian brass-bound coromandel oblong travelling dressing case lined in blue plush and leather, containing fourteen silver-topped glass toilet jars and bottles, the lids engine-turned and engraved with strapwork and monograms, with several further fittings including a gilt-lined beaker with moulded rim, a travelling cork screw, a seal, a tape measure holder, and an etui, the majority of the silver fittings by maker's initials F.D., London 1856 - length of dressing case 14in.
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The monograms are those of the Keighly-Peach family of Idlicote House, Warwickshire.
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