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Art Deco Shagreen & Silver Brush & Vanity Mirror Set

Art Deco Shagreen dresser set comprising of four brushes, a hand mirror and free standing mirror.

The brushes and hand mirror feature silver edging with the silver hallmarked: Horton & Allday of Birmingham 1928 and do have their original cased box.

The large free standing mirror has shagreen edges highlighted with silver stringing.

Mirror: H 14" W 9" D 1"

Hair brushes: H 1.75" W 9" D 3"

Clothes brushes: H 1.5 W 6.5" D 1.75"

Hand mirror: H 0.25" W 9.5" D 5.5"

Shagreen is a leather made from sharkskin or the skin of a Stingray. This type of Shagreen was first made popular by Jean-Claude Galluchat (d1774) a master leather worker in the Court of Louis XV in France. It became a fashion amongst the French aristocracy and later throughout Europe. Shagreen is derived from the French word "Chagrin".
c. 1928
Shagreen, Glass, Silver
United Kingdom