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AN ART DECO ENAMEL, DIAMOND AND GOLD COMPACT, BY CARTIER. Of stylised envelope design, the blue enamel and gold floral motif lid enhanced by an applied rose-cut diamond and black onyx plaque, to the blue enamel striped sides, opening to reveal a fitted mirror, lipstick and powder compartment, mounted in 18K gold, circa 1925, with French assay marks and maker's mark. #Cartier #ArtDeco #compact


Ted Baker must be stopped! I genuinely can't cope with the craving and envy I feel whenever he bring out a new print...ON A VANITY CASE!!!! Cosmic Bloom travel bag - Black | Bags | Ted Baker UK


A RARE ART DECO DIAMOND AND ENAMEL VANITY CASE, BY OSTERTAG The black enamel case, of square form and geometric design, decorated to the obverse with a central fluted and polished motif, extending graduated old European and rectangular-cut diamond vertical lines, the panel lifting to reveal a mirror and covered powder compartment, the black enameled reverse panel lifting to reveal an open compartment, further enhanced at the top terminal by diamond collet accents, circa 1930. Signed…


An Art Deco Compact, early/mid 20th century, in the manner of Cartier. Geometric design with wirework look detailing, highlighted with mint green and black enamel, inset with dark blue gemstones/glass to the clasps, stamped 'Sterling' to the interior and with no. 11, hallmarks to loop handle. #ArtDeco #vintage #compact


Circa 1920 Art Deco Gold, Enamel, and Diamond Vanity with Carrying Chain. The trapezoidal-shaped vanity applied with black and variegated bluish-green enamel, centering an oval black enamel plaque surrounded by single-cut diamonds, completed by a gold carrying chain composed of oval links spaced by elongated baton links applied with black and green enamel, with mirror, powder and make-up compartment. Sold for $4,000 at Doyle New York auction.