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    Posted 12 years ago

    TeresaD
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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, 12 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, 11 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, 11 years ago
      Thank you
    4. neilvbcolloctables, 9 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.
      1844-1968.

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