Very Rare French antique ‘Nécessaire de Voyage’ dressing case was manufactured and retailed by Pierre-Dominique Maire, Paris, 1763-1827.
This is a complete travel box, from silverware(Gold plated & Signed) to darning ball, to cosmetics, hair care… & much more at fantastic condition & made to perfection
The box is made out from Burr Walnut, edged in brass, with ornate recessed brass edges. The top and front of the box have been inlaid with a brass perimeter border . At the top of the Box initials of ‘H.L.C’ are engraved into a brass plate.
The interior, lined in burgundy leather and matching velvet,
The box has 3 layered trays like a Russian Matryoshka doll, in order to maximise the limited room available.
2 Hand Painted Sevre(Unsigned) Porcelain Plates
2 Hand Painted Sevre(Unsigned) Porcelain Glasses – each one includes additional 2 Crystal Glasses & Silver Sterling 24 K Gold Plated Cup (Each one is Signed)
1 Hand Painted Sevre(Unsigned) Porcelain Milk
1 Hand Painted Sevre(Unsigned) Porcelain Tea Pot
8 cut glass bottles and jars with engraved and engine turned silver lids 24K Gold Plated (Each one is Signed)