Lot 502 , A George V Cartier Ltd Art Deco ten piece silver, coral and black enamel mounted dressing table set, mirror 22.7cm.
A George V Cartier Ltd Art Deco ten piece silver, coral and black enamel mounted dressing table set, comprising a hand mirror, three brushes, a shoe horn, three toilet jars and two toilet bottles, the glass etched with graduated rectangles and vertical lines, London, 1934, (some minor enamel loss), mirror 22.7cm.
One brush with handle has two minor chips to the black enamel and missing 4 rivets around the edge?? Hallmarks clear. The other brush with handle has a crack to one of the coral. Hallmarks clear. Clothes brush may have missing rivets to the side?? No visible hallmarks.
Hand mirror- Minor but numerous areas of damge/loss to the black enamel to handle and mirror perimeter. One coral piece is chipped at the base. Hallmarks clear but with some rubbing. Shoehorn, slight loss to the black enamel again around the border. Hallmarks clear.
Large jar has a damaged piece of coral and the enamelled piece below is loose. Some minor loss to the black enamel around the border. Tiny chips around the base of the glass. Hallmaks visible on base helix, but none visible on the lid as has cork interior.
1st small jar- Tiny area of loss to black enamel with coral surmounts. Some very tiny chips around the base of the glass. Hallmarks on helix but none visible on the lid as has cork interior.
2nd small jar- Some minor loss to black enamel again, arond the rim and the enamelled part with the coral surmont. A few very minor chips around the base of the glass. Hallmarks clear (no cork insert).
1st scent jar- Some very minor loss to the enamel in places. Stopper has a few tiny chips and appears to be stuck in situ. No visible hallmarks, as cork inside lid.
2nd scent jar- Slightly more loss to the black enamel than the other jar, otherwise similar condition, with stuck stopper and no visible hallmarks.
None are signed Cartier.
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Sold for £6,000