16 - 17 June 2009
PROPERTY FROM A MID-ATLANTIC PRIVATE COLLECTION
This lot is offered without a reserve
AN EDWARD VII SILVER-MOUNTED LADIES DRESSING SET AND A DRESSING TABLE,
THE SILVER MARKED FOR BIRMINGHAM, 1901-1907, MAKER'S MARK 'WA', THE DRESSING TABLE WITH MAKER'S PLAQUE FOR F. A. CHANDLER, LEAMINGTON SPA,
the table fitted with a mirror on the underside of the top and at the back of the extending fitted drawer, a lower fitted drawer and two side slide trays; the silver comprising two paddle brushes, two rectangular brushes, a comb mounted with faux tortoise shell, a hand mirror, a glove hook with stainless steel hook, a pair of glove stretchers with steel pliers, two large cut glass jars and silver covers, two smaller jars and covers, and four very small jars and covers, all fully marked; together with a silver shoe horn, the handle marked Chester, 1906, with stainless steel tool; an elongated oval box with hinged cover, Chester, 1900; and a silver rectangular box with hinged cover, marked 'Sterling'
The hand mirror 10½in. (26.9cm.) long, 47oz. gross weight (27)
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