Purple Guilloché Enamel Vanity Set

c. 1930
$980 USD
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W: 10.25" D: 5.5" H: 2.0"
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This charming set of brushes was once used by a well-to-do lady to store her cosmetics and maintain an elegant updo hairstyle. Also known as a toilet service or grooming set, vanity sets were a popular wedding gift and were kept on the woman's bedroom dressing table. This sterling silver and guilloché enamel vanity set dates to the 1920-30s - just before vanity sets fell out of popularity with the rise of longer hairstyles.

The set includes five individual pieces, including four brushes and one hand mirror. The tops are engraved with an intricate guilloché pattern and finished with a soft, lavender-purple enamel. The result is a mesmerizing, translucent finish that catches the light beautifully.

From the collection of Frances and Gary Comer.

Individual dimensions available upon request.

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