1920's Art Deco Green and Amber Celluloid 12 Piece Vanity Dresser Manicure Set

1920's Art Deco Green and Amber Celluloid 12 Piece Vanity Dresser Manicure Set

Sale price $67.50 Regular price $125.00


Product Description:  This delightful 12 piece celluloid vanity set from the 1920's features a green, pearl swirl surface on the front and amber tone on the back.  Each piece offers a wonderful Art Deco motif, highlighted with areas of amber stone.  In the center of the matching tray is a delicate, white, floral, lace-netting protected by a glass top. It's hard to find such a large matching set still together like this one.  A glamorous antique vanity gift for her! 

Set includes:

  • Large hand mirror (16” L)
  • Brush (10” L)
  • Tray with white netting-lace embroidered with white flowers.
  • Shoe horn
  • Manicure/cuticle scissors
  • Nail Buffer with cover
  • Button Hook
  • Cuticle Pusher
  • Nail Cleaning Tool (under nail)
  • Nail Tool
  • Two Small Empty Lidded Jars

Circa: 1920's - 1930's

Product Weight:  2 pounds 10 ounces

Color:  Green, Amber

Condition:  Previously owned - used.  Condition is consistent with age.  Good condition.  No cracks on mirror or glass tray.  Light to moderate wear and surfaces scratches on back (amber side) of accessories.  Small surface scratches on bottom of mirror.  There is a 1/2" scratch and a 1/4" scratch towards the bottom of the mirror side (as shown).  Mirror is still fully functional.  Two missing amber stones on large mirror (as shown). Light patina on the metal tools.  Color may vary slightly in certain photos due to the lighting. 

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