This Art Deco era silver-colored (not sterling) compact/minaudière has a finger chain, which a fashionable flapper would use to carry the compact, especially when dancing. The interior of the compact has residual powder and what looks to be the original powder puff along with a mirror and coin slot for change.
Although this compact is unmarked, it is similar to some of the compacts from this era made by Evans.
I did not clean the compact but will leave this up to the discretion of the new owner. Please note that the flowers on the exterior were once painted, probably with an enamel-based paint, and some of the paint is still visible on the face of the compact. Also, please note general wear and discoloration on the exterior and interior of the compact and do let me know if you'd like more information on this collectible.
The compact measures 2" across. The finger chain, including the finger ring, is 3 ⅛" in length.
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Dec 27, 2022
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