Antique Four Piece Vanity Set Riverton Silver Co. Phila, PA - Patent 1907
Product Description: From the Victorian era, this lovely 4-piece dresser set by Riverton Silver Co., Philadelphia, PA. is unique and still functional. This plated dresser set features two rectangular and one oval cloak brush with a lidded covered bowl. The longer rectangular and oval brush feature a very ornate motif with a Victorian girl in a long gown. The smaller cloak brush offers a floral motif, different than the others with the lidded bowl having a floral design on the lid. Engraved small on the side lip of the of the rectangular cloak brush is; Pat'd May 14, 1907. A unique addition to a Victorian style decor.
Circa: Pat'd 1907
Markings: On Cloak brush #1, Pat'd May 14, 1907
Dimensions & Product Weight.
Lidded bowl: 7 1/4" (length of glass vanity bowl), 4 7/8" (width), 2 3/8" (height glass bowl only not including lid)- total weight: 2 pounds 3 ounces
Cloak Brush #1: 7 1/8" Length, 1 3/4" Height, 2 1/4" (width) - 6 ounces
Cloak Brush #2: 6 3/4" (length), 2" (width) - 3.6 ounces
Oval Brush: 4 1/2" (length), 3 1/4" (width), 1 5/8" (height) - 4.9 ounces
Main Colors: Dark Gray
Origin: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Condition: Previously owned - used. Age appropriate condition. Moderate to heavy age darkening. Each piece shows wear on plating. Material on underside of lid has worn off, although the rope around the inside oval rim is still intact. Due to age, bristles are loose. Small hairline cracks in base of dish, although, does not appear to affect the use of the piece. Rim is clean of wear. Not guaranteed all pieces are from the original set.
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