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Vintage

19th-C. Vanity Set, 19 Pcs.

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19th-C. Vanity Set, 19 Pcs.
19th-C. Vanity Set, 19 Pcs.
19th-C. Vanity Set, 19 Pcs.
19th-C. Vanity Set, 19 Pcs.
19th-C. Vanity Set, 19 Pcs.
19th-C. Vanity Set, 19 Pcs.
19th-C. Vanity Set, 19 Pcs.
19th-C. Vanity Set, 19 Pcs.
19th-C. Vanity Set, 19 Pcs.
19th-C. Vanity Set, 19 Pcs.
19th-C. Vanity Set, 19 Pcs.
19th-C. Vanity Set, 19 Pcs.

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Product Information

Condition:
Vintage, antique, or gently used
Era:
1860
Set of:
eight vessels, four brushes, and seven additional implements
Made of:
crystal/silverplate
Country of origin:
France
Size:
rectangle, 9"L x 4"W x 2.5"H; (2) small bottles, 6.5"H x 3.5"Sq; (2) large bottles, 8"H x 4"Sq; large jar, 4"H x 3.5"Dia; small jar, 3.5"H x 3"Dia; hairbrush, 10"L; small brush, 7"L; large brush, 8"L; small hairbrush, 7"L; short box, 5"L x 4"W x 3"H; buffer, 5"L; hair tongs, 11"L; nail file, 7"L; large hook, 9"L; small hook, 6.5"L; tweezers, 6.5"L
Color/finish:
silver/natural/clear

Why We Love This

This 19-piece crystal and silverplate vanity set, circa 1860, consists of an assortment of bottles, brushes, and other grooming implements.

About the Brand

Design superstar Kelly Wearstler traveled to Paris to bring back the best of city's flea markets and under-the-radar shops. "I wanted to make sure that we brought things back that were so special and that there was a value to them," Kelly says, "so that these are pieces you'll pass down to your family."