London, South Kensington
2 October 2007
A VICTORIAN SILVER FITTED COROMANDEL DRESSING CASE
MARK OF FRANCIS DEXTER, LONDON 1860
Containing 8 glass boxes/containers with engine-turned silver covers, monogrammed, a small pad with 6 small steel or mother-of-pearl mounted accessories, a non-related item and a stationery folder and mirror contained in the lid. Most of the silver covers stamped with retailers name Lund, Cornhill Fleet St.. The lock plates are engraved LUND LONDON
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No 'non-related' item in the lid of this lot (re. description).
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