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A very handsome and unusual Art Deco style Sterling Silver boxed shaving bowl, having an octagonal shaped body with plain straight sides, a hinged lid with engine-turned decoration and a vacant round cartouche, revealing a gold-gilt interior with removable round shaving bowl, and all sitting on a flat base. Made by Robert Comyns of London in 1937. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver shaving bowl box are height 5.5 cms (2.25 inches), width 10 cms (4 inches), and it weighs approx. 284g (9 troy ounces).

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A very handsome and unusual Art Deco style Sterling Silver boxed shaving bowl, having an octagonal shaped body with plain straight sides, a hinged lid with engine-turned decoration and a  vacant round cartouche, revealing a gold-gilt interior with removable round shaving bowl, and all sitting on a flat base. Made by Robert Comyns of London in 1937. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver shaving bowl box are height 5.5 cms (2.25 inches), width 10 cms (4 inches), and it weighs approx. 284g (9 troy ounces).
A very handsome and unusual Art Deco style Sterling Silver boxed shaving bowl, having an octagonal shaped body with plain straight sides, a hinged lid with engine-turned decoration and a  vacant round cartouche, revealing a gold-gilt interior with removable round shaving bowl, and all sitting on a flat base. Made by Robert Comyns of London in 1937. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver shaving bowl box are height 5.5 cms (2.25 inches), width 10 cms (4 inches), and it weighs approx. 284g (9 troy ounces).
A very handsome and unusual Art Deco style Sterling Silver boxed shaving bowl, having an octagonal shaped body with plain straight sides, a hinged lid with engine-turned decoration and a  vacant round cartouche, revealing a gold-gilt interior with removable round shaving bowl, and all sitting on a flat base. Made by Robert Comyns of London in 1937. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver shaving bowl box are height 5.5 cms (2.25 inches), width 10 cms (4 inches), and it weighs approx. 284g (9 troy ounces).   A very handsome and unusual Art Deco style Sterling Silver boxed shaving bowl, having an octagonal shaped body with plain straight sides, a hinged lid with engine-turned decoration and a  vacant round cartouche, revealing a gold-gilt interior with removable round shaving bowl, and all sitting on a flat base. Made by Robert Comyns of London in 1937. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver shaving bowl box are height 5.5 cms (2.25 inches), width 10 cms (4 inches), and it weighs approx. 284g (9 troy ounces).
A very handsome and unusual Art Deco style Sterling Silver boxed shaving bowl, having an octagonal shaped body with plain straight sides, a hinged lid with engine-turned decoration and a  vacant round cartouche, revealing a gold-gilt interior with removable round shaving bowl, and all sitting on a flat base. Made by Robert Comyns of London in 1937. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver shaving bowl box are height 5.5 cms (2.25 inches), width 10 cms (4 inches), and it weighs approx. 284g (9 troy ounces).


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