Early Victorian Silver Mounted Cut Glass Vanity Set. London 1839 Charles Rawlings & William Summers. 11.5 troy ounces.
Early Victorian Silver Mounted Cut Glass Vanity Set. London 1839 Charles Rawlings & William Summers. 11.5 troy ounces.
Early Victorian Silver Mounted Cut Glass Vanity Set. London 1839 Charles Rawlings & William Summers. 11.5 troy ounces.
Early Victorian Silver Mounted Cut Glass Vanity Set. London 1839 Charles Rawlings & William Summers. 11.5 troy ounces.
Early Victorian Silver Mounted Cut Glass Vanity Set. London 1839 Charles Rawlings & William Summers. 11.5 troy ounces.
Early Victorian Silver Mounted Cut Glass Vanity Set. London 1839 Charles Rawlings & William Summers. 11.5 troy ounces.
Early Victorian Silver Mounted Cut Glass Vanity Set. London 1839 Charles Rawlings & William Summers. 11.5 troy ounces.
Early Victorian Silver Mounted Cut Glass Vanity Set. London 1839 Charles Rawlings & William Summers. 11.5 troy ounces.
Early Victorian Silver Mounted Cut Glass Vanity Set. London 1839 Charles Rawlings & William Summers. 11.5 troy ounces.
Early Victorian Silver Mounted Cut Glass Vanity Set. London 1839 Charles Rawlings & William Summers. 11.5 troy ounces.

Early Victorian Silver Mounted Cut Glass Vanity Set. London 1839 Charles Rawlings & William Summers. 11.5 troy ounces.

Regular price
$632.00
Sale price
$632.00

Early Victorian silver mounted, cut glass vanity suite. Comprises of  two large oval jars, two square scent bottles, three rectangular dishes and two smaller round jars. The cut glass is of a lobed form with star cut bases. The silver tops are engine turned with a monogram of AFB on each.

Condition is excellent with light surface wear commensurate with age. The two stoppers in the scent bottles are stuck in place and do not move. One of the rectangular dishes has a replacement glass base. No dents to the silver or chips and cracks to the glass. The replacement glass dish has one tiny nibble. The large rectangular dish lid has a small patch where the silver is slightly discoloured.

Each silver lid is hallmarked for London 1839 by Charles Rawlings & William Summers.

Approximate weight of all items is 2.275 kilos.

Approximate silver weight is 360 grams or 11.5 troy ounces.