SOLD! for $232.00.
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Lot of seven silver ladies items, many vanity related. 1st item: cut crystal rectangular box with Art Nouveau lily pattern lid, hallmarks for Birmingham, sterling, 1910-1911, maker's mark W.A. 1-1/2" H x 5-1/2" W x 3" D overall, 1.36 oz troy (lid only). 2nd item: Hairbrush with raised figural Art Nouveau pattern silver handle, two areas of damage/repair, scattered small holes. 9"L. 3rd item: Bell with figural Art Nouveau handle, handle marked Sterling. Some wear to bell portion. 4-1/2"H. 4th item: Chatelaine purse, crocheted with drawstring pulls and a repousse silver bottom, marked Sterling. Discoloration to crochet. 2-3/4"H. 5th item: double patch box with raised fruit and flower ornamentation. Unmarked, probably silverplated. 1/2"H x 2-1/8"W x 1"D. 5th item: Clothes brush with handle, hallmarks for London, sterling, 1907-1908. Elaborate monogram (illegible). Some discoloration to bristles. 6th item: Emery board with repousse ornamented case, marked Sterling. Case 3-1/2"L, .2 oz troy. 7th item: Sterling silver tea strainer in a heavy repousse grape and leaf pattern, impressed mark on underside Sterling 2810, The Metcalf Co. 7" Length, 3.39 oz troy. Provenance: Hendersonville, TN collection. Condition: All pieces overall good condition with minor scattered dents and scratches unless otherwise noted.