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05/17/2022 08:41 AM
VICTORIAN MIRROR TOP POWDER JAR (WITH PUFF)
Comments. This powder jar measures 3” high x 4” wide/deep and is circa 1800s. It has a brass base with mini ball feet, a porcelain jar and the hinged top has a fancy brass frame with a 3 ˝” round beveled edge mirror. It even has what appears to be the original puff inside. The exterior of the jar has hand-painted features of flowers on the stem with leaves as well as a butterfly all of which have raised enamel painted features. It even has what appears to be the makers or artists mark on the bottom. This item is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has some soiling/stains, a small fleck on the top edge of the mirror and a small hairline in the front all as seen in our photo. Give it a cleaning and you’ll have a lovely dresser jar to display atop your Victorian bureau.
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