This is a lovely example of a camera shaped powder compact and cigarette case, dating to the 1930s or 1940s. This Kamra compact contains a lipstick holder, a bevelled mirror and a cigarette compartment. The exterior is silver tone metal with faux tortoise shell enamel. The powder compartment is accessed by lifting the lid, and reveal the used sifter and puff. The cigarette compartment is at the rear of the compact, and is accessed like opening the back of a film camera. The lipstick holder, with the remains of the lipstick, is found at the top of the compact, and has it’s tassel.
🔸This compact is in very good used vintage condition.
🔸The hinges and catches work well.
🔸The lipstick holder's slider works well.
🔸The brown enamel is in good condition with some small chips and light scuffs.
🔸The mirror gives a clear mirror.
🔸The silver metal is bright and shiny, within some scuffs.
🔹The exterior has scuffs and chips associated with age and use. Please see the photos.
Dimensions 3 7/8" x 2" (2 1/4" to the top of the lipstick holder)x 5/8"
10cm x 5.2cm (5.1cm to the top of the lipstick holder) x 1.7cm
The cigarette compartment is 2 7/8” or 7.5cm long, and has space for five cigarettes.
📦 This item will be sent internationally using Tracked Royal Mail shipping, or Tracked and Signed for where available, and Tracked and Signed for to EU countries. Within the U.K., this item will be shipped by 1st class Royal Mail signed for.
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