This vintage vanity set comprises of a hand mirror, hair brush and clothes brush. The items in the set have handles and frames of plain gold tone metal. The items are decorated with satin fabric inserts, embroidered with a pink beige and white floral design. The machine embroidered flowers are highlighted with gold stitching. The fabric inserts are protected by a clear plastic layer. The mirror glass is a good size, and has a bevelled edge. The bristles are set into wooden bases, with “made in England” and “100% nylon” printed on them. “Made in England” is also printed on the mirror and hairbrush frames.
This is an attractive and usable vanity set.
🔸This vintage Delina vanity set is in good used condition.
🔸The bristles are in very good condition, with some light discolouration to the tips.
🔸The decoration is in very good condition.
🔸The mirror gives a clear reflection, with only one or two tiny spots.
🔹The metal handles and frames, though bright and shiny overall, have patina, scuffs, marks and loss of gold tone. Please see the photos.
Mirror 12 3/4" x 5" Clothes brush 6 1/8" x 1 3/4"
32.5cm x 13.5cm 15.5cm x 4.5cm
Hair brush 10 1/8" x 3 5/8"
25.5cm x 9cm
📦 This item will be sent internationally using Tracked Royal Mail shipping or Tracked and Signed for if available, or Tracked and Signed for to EU countries. Within the U.K., this item will be shipped by 2nd class Royal Mail signed for.
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