William IV brass-inlaid rosewood traveling necessaire, Bramah
William IV brass-inlaid rosewood traveling necessaire, Bramah London, dated 1832; retailed by Edwards, rectangular case opening to reveal concealed mirror, sterling-covered and mounted bottles, boxes, canisters and implements within compartments and two trays over secret compartment; complete maker's and hallmarks A.D (Archibald Douglas); H5 1/4" W12 1/2" D8 1/2"
Provenance: Estate of Leon & Billie Goodall
loss to velvet interior, scuffs and wear to case.
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