Beautifully crafted silver caps with the letter J engraved, adorn the glass bottles. At the end of the 19th century, these antique glass bottles were on the ladies' dressing table containing various liniments and scented waters or perfumes. The antique bottles are in good condition and the silver caps marked in London in 1892 are also in good condition, one of the caps has a small dent.
This vintage nail polisher has a beautiful light green enamel. The edges are made of silver, this was marked in 1935 in Birmingham. The nails of the ladies used to be polished with the polishers that have a piece of chamois leather on the bottom. is very nicely executed and a very nice addition to your collection
*11x 3x 3 cm high (measured tm handle)
Vintage crystal perfume bottle to which a rubber ball used to be attached. The ball could be squeezed so that the perfume could be sprayed on. Unfortunately, the ball is no longer there, but this is also a nice decorative bottle.
*9.5 cm high
* Bottom diameter 4.0 cm
This Victorian glove tensioner with a twisted silver handle used to be used to stretch the gloves. The antique glove tree is dated 1899, this can be seen from the hallmark in the silver that was awarded in Birmingham