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PROPERTY FROM THE LICHTBLAU COLLECTION (LOTS 106-115)

A Victorian enameled silver-gilt and cut-glass toilet set in a brass-mounted rosewood case, Thomas Johnson I, London, 1861
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PROPERTY FROM THE LICHTBLAU COLLECTION (LOTS 106-115)

A Victorian enameled silver-gilt and cut-glass toilet set in a brass-mounted rosewood case, Thomas Johnson I, London, 1861
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A Victorian enameled silver-gilt and cut-glass toilet set in a brass-mounted rosewood case, Thomas Johnson I, London, 1861
comprising six silver-capped cut-glass boxes in sizes, four silver-capped cut-glass bottles in sizes, a silver-capped cut-glass jar, three cut-glass dishes in sizes, a large and a small hand mirror, a shoe horn, thimble, nail file, corkscrew, pocket knife, double-ended spoon, pen, propelling pencil with seal top, two pairs of scissors, and nine other sewing implements, 35 pieces total, the silver applied with gold disks monogrammed SLZ and the larger peices decorated with light blue champlevé enamel arabesques, all in a brass-mounted rosewood case with key. Together with a non-matching hand mirror.
all but smallest pieces marked, the case with retailer plaque "W. Leuchars 38 Piccadilly London"
length of case 15 3/4 in.
40 cm
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Leuchars & Son, known as dressing-case makers, stationers and retail silversmiths, began in 1794 with Joseph Leuchars and was continued by his widow, Lucy, and their son, William. The firm was represented at a number of exhibitions, including the Great Exhibition of 1851, the International Exhibition of 1862 and the Paris Exhibition of 1878. A dressing set by Leuchars containing silver-mounted glass bottles also by Thomas Johnson from 1866 are listed among the wares they produced in John Culme, Directory of Gold and Silversmiths, 1987, p. 291. The firm was acquired by Asprey & Son in 1888.

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