Antique glass jar with beautifully decorated silver lid. The glass jar is provided with beautiful cuts. This jar used to adorn the dressing table of a lady filled with cream. The silver is marked in Birmingham 1902. The inside of the lid is gilded to protect the silver against the substances in the cream.
* 5 cm high, diameter 5 cm at the top
The Victorian red crystal cut double perfume bottle has a silver, beautifully decorated cap on both sides. On one side a click cap under which the space where a sponge soaked in perfume was kept. The corresponding stopper is also still present. the other side has a silver screw cap with a cork in it, on this side odoriferous salt was stored. The caps are a bit dented but hardly noticeable, the crystal is in good condition. The silver is not hallmarked, but that is often the case with these bottles.