*Vintage Volupte Carryall

This early cosmetics accessories company was founded in 1920 in Elizabeth, New Jersey.This 1950's large brushed gold tone cosmetic case is decorated with 3 regal applied fleur-de-lis or french lily symbol.Inside you have a powder compartment,lipstick holder and a tiny silk pouch with a large mirror which springs down with a compartment under neath,for what ever you may need.The compact slips inside it's black satin carryall, corners are a little worn, that also has a snap shut pouch on the outside.Entire piece measures 5 3/4" x 3 1/4".Company was bought in 1957 which closed in 1960.

Item ID: 0014

*Vintage Volupte Carryall

*Vintage Volupte Carryall
*Vintage Volupte Carryall
*Vintage Volupte Carryall
*Vintage Volupte Carryall
*Vintage Volupte Carryall
*Vintage Volupte Carryall

This early cosmetics accessories company was founded in 1920 in Elizabeth, New Jersey.This 1950's large brushed gold tone cosmetic case is decorated with 3 regal applied fleur-de-lis or french lily symbol.Inside you have a powder compartment,lipstick holder and a tiny silk pouch with a large mirror which springs down with a compartment under neath,for what ever you may need.The compact slips inside it's black satin carryall, corners are a little worn, that also has a snap shut pouch on the outside.Entire piece measures 5 3/4" x 3 1/4".Company was bought in 1957 which closed in 1960.

Item ID: 0014

$105 USD

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