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An Edward VII ladies silver-gilt travelling necessaire, retailed by Alfred Barker, London, 1905

Estimate:

1,500

to
- 2,500 GBP

Property of a descendant of William Beckford & The Dukes of Hamilton

An Edward VII ladies silver-gilt travelling necessaire, retailed by Alfred Barker, London, 1905

An Edward VII ladies silver-gilt travelling necessaire, retailed by Alfred Barker, London, 1905

Estimate:

1,500

to
- 2,500 GBP

Lot sold:

1,890

GBP

Property of a descendant of William Beckford & The Dukes of Hamilton

An Edward VII ladies silver-gilt travelling necessaire, retailed by Alfred Barker, London, 1905, comprising:


Four silver-topped cut-glass scent bottles, in two sizes;

Three circular pin jars;

A travelling hot drinks/shaving set;

Three rectangular boxes, in sizes;

A pincushion;

A manicure set;

An inkwell;

An ebony-handled clothes and hair brushes;

Two tortoiseshell trinket pots/boxes;

A tortoiseshell travel clock;

A hip flask and various other implements, in a fitted leather travel case

length of the case 54cm, 21 1/5in.

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Presumably a gift to Mary Louise Douglas-Hamilton (1884–1957), she married James Graham, 6th Duke of Montrose on 14 June 1906;
Thence by descent.