Absolutely stunning, basse-taille, hand enameled, rhodium plated Nacon compact, which includes original literature, powder puff, and artist signed wood box. The perfect, style savvy accoutrement.
Hallmarks: 'Tokyo', 'Nacon', and 'Japan' on inner rim.
Period: Circa 1970s.
Condition: Mint in box.
Dimensions: 3 1/8" round.
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