ANTIQUE SILVER HAND MIRRORS

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.

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L4784: Sterling Silver & Enamel Hand Mirror

Hallmarked In 1947

Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1947 by Walker & Hall, this stylish, Sterling Silver Hand Mirror, is in the Art Deco taste, with sunburst enamel decoration fading from green to white on the back. The hand mirror measures 11.25"(29cm) in length, by 4"(10cm) wide.

£395

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