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Fashion Accessories1939 of 1964HUNTING SNAKE HAIR BARRETTESolid Brass Belt Buckle
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Posted 7 years ago


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I did not get these as a set I got them years apart and didn’t realize until yesterday that it was part of a set the lipstick is still full I’m glad it hasn’t melted. I think it may be porcelain..
And on the bottom of the lipstick (( PARIS-FRANICE BREVETE S.G.O.G LCS))
Dose anyone have anything like this Or no of a web site that they can give me some information on these pieces

I tried to make out what it said in the photo I cant be for sure but this may be it ... Stragonard ... Limoged ....It's to hard to see

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  1. TamaraB TamaraB, 7 years ago
    HI! I don't know of any web pages that are very useful, however, Brevete is french for Patented, and SGDG stands for Sans Garantie Du Gouvernement (in french also).
  2. Tillymint Tillymint, 6 years ago
    Hi, they look very much like Limoges items to me, I have collected powder compacts and vintage vanity for over 20 years - the transfer prints are in the style of Fragonard, I would suspect they date c. 1950's.
  3. TeresaD TeresaD, 6 years ago
    Thank you
  4. neilvbcolloctables, 4 years ago
    "Breveté" indicates that the design of this unknown item
    incorporates one or more patents claimed by Blanchon.
    "S.G.D.G." (Sans garantie du Gouvernement) is a disclaimer
    required by the government of France
    stating that it does not guarantee enforcement of the claimed patent.

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