Circa 1925, Paris, maker's mark of S.A. Dupont, Minerva first standard mark, the pink leather case stamped ''Cartier / New York - Paris - London / Made in France'' and ''Brevete S.G.D.G.'', comprising: an oval easel-back mirror, four cut-glass powder boxes, four cut-glass perfume bottles, two clothes brushes, a hairbrush, a small velvet-lined leather box monogrammed ''R.C.F.'', a toothbrush handle, a cuticle pusher, a pair of nail scissors, a buttonhook, two detachable toothbrushes, a shoehorn, and a small enameled box, all fitted within the hinged lid of a pink leather case enclosing a further, unfitted silk-lined compartment, with locks to each of the two compartments, the case 6'' H x 15.25'' W x 10.5'' D, est: $5000/7000


Condition: Overall good condition. The exterior of case with scratches, rubbed wear, a tear to top of lid, and tears and cracks to handle. Tarnishing and light wear to vanity articles. Perfume residue to two bottles. Lacking one article from holder containing manicure tools. No key.

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