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Originating as part of a toilet set during the 17th Century, the silver hand mirror is today considered an essential accessory for any dressing table. Examples from before the 19th Century are however very rare to find, with the majority available dating from the mid Victorian period and into the 20th Century. Enamelled Art Deco pieces, ornate Art Nouveau designs, and early examples are highly sought after, and they make wonderful presents for Christenings and Birthdays.
Hallmarked In 1917
Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1917 by William Hutton & Sons, this attractive, Antique, Sterling Silver Hand Mirror, is plain in style, with a stylised bamboo border. The hand mirror measures 10.75"(27cm) in length, by 6"(15cm) in width.
£275ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Made Circa 1930
Made circa 1930 by David Andersen, this stylish, Art Deco, Norwegian Sterling Silver Hand Mirror, features a guilloché enamel back to the mirror, and a plain silver handle. The hand mirror measures 9.75"(25cm) in length, by 5.25"(13.5cm) in width.
£375ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1901
Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1901 by W. H. Wakefield, this attractive, Victorian, Antique, Sterling Silver Hand Mirror, features wonderfully chased decoration to the back and handle. The hand mirror measures 11"(28cm) in length, by 4.75 inches (12cm) wide.
£425ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
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