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1920s Cartier Makeup Case


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1920s Cartier Makeup Case
1920s Cartier Makeup Case
1920s Cartier Makeup Case
1920s Cartier Makeup Case
1920s Cartier Makeup Case
1920s Cartier Makeup Case
1920s Cartier Makeup Case

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Vintage; 1910-1950
Good; good condition considering age and use.
Country of Origin:
Other; split seams. lid missing some leather.
14" L x 10" W x 5" H

Why We Love This

1920s Cartier makeup case in blue/black laminated embossed leather. Navy silk moiré interior. Easel mirror and manicure kit with silver shoehorn.Two brushes with silver handles. 6 glass jars with etched design and silver lids. Inscribed "Cartier New York, Paris, London. Made in France". Serial number 12264 under right side of lid. All pieces monogrammed "MLK". Some leather wear on the back of the lid and the stitching has separated on the front of the lid. Missing handle and key.
As described by Relique

About Relique

At their online shop Relique, Rick Brandt and Mary Beth Voss showcase vintage and repurposed interior accents that are unique with history, texture, and soul. Their pieces are a cross-section of Then and Now and include Industrial Age designs as well as artisanal adaptations of classic treasures. Relique gives forgotten and ignored bits of history new life as display pieces, in the hopes that new generations will appreciate their past.