London, 1916- 17
Maker’s Mark of Crichton & Others
Height of mirror 48.1 cm, 19 in
Length of tray 33 cm, 13 in
Weighable 5586 gr, 179 oz 10 dwt
In James II style, comprising: easel mirror, pair of candlesticks, pair of perfume flasks, jewel casket, two octagonal boxes, square box, comb box, tray, hand mirror, pair hair brushes, pair clothes brushes.
16 pieces in total.
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