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Toilet set in original leather case - Buscar con Google

French Toilet box at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - Well, isn't this precious?

A RARE AND EXTENSIVE LOUIS XVI SILVER-GILT NÉCESSAIRE, Jacques-Henri Alberti, Strasbourg, 1782-83 | Lot | Sotheby's $150,000.00

A RARE AND EXTENSIVE LOUIS XVI SILVER-GILT NÉCESSAIRE, Jacques-Henri Alberti, Strasbourg, 1782-83 | Lot | Sotheby's $150,000.00

Box with tools for applying cosmetics (Europe), 17th or 18th century.  From the National Palace Museum, Taipei.

Box with tools for applying cosmetics (Europe), or century. From the National Palace Museum, Taipe.

OnlineGalleries.com - A fine late 18th century George III satinwood and marquetry tea caddy inlaid satinwood, marquetry, tulipwood, with a panel depicting a musical trophy.  4.72 inches high  7.87 inches wide  4.92 inches deep

Fine, late century George III satinwood and marquetry tea caddy with inlaid satinwood, marquetry, tulipwood I There is a panel depicting a musical trophy

Early 18th century silver casket. Unmarked, probably Spanish or Spanish Colonial. Circa 1740

Early Century Silver Casket -- Circa 1740 -- Probably Spanish or Spanish Colonial.

Box, Attributed to André-Charles Boulle and perhaps Gobelins Manufactory (French, founded 1662 - present), about 1675 - 1680, White oak veneered with amaranth, barberry, bloodwood, natural and stained boxwood, cedar, cherry, holly, green-stained hornbeam, mahogany, padouk, natural and stained maple, walnut, yew, and an unidentified wood; horn and pewter; fittings of steel

Box, Attributed to André-Charles Boulle and perhaps Gobelins Manufactory (French, founded 1662 - present), about 1675 - 1680, White oak veneered with amaranth, barberry, bloodwood, natural and stained boxwood, cedar, cherry, holly, green-stained hornbeam, mahogany, padouk, natural and stained maple, walnut, yew, and an unidentified wood; horn and pewter; fittings of steel

1710-1715 French Box at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "This box was almost certainly made as part of a toilet service. Toilet services were used by both men and women as part of a public dressing ceremony known as the levée or toilette. The custom of the levée was started in the 17th century by Louis XIV. Adopted by the French upper classes, it continued as an important form of elite socialising through the 18th century."

Box (carré de toilette)

1710-1715 French Box at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "This box was almost certainly made as part of a toilet service. Toilet services were used by both men and women as part of a public dressing ceremony known as the levée or toilette. The custom of the levée was started in the 17th century by Louis XIV. Adopted by the French upper classes, it continued as an important form of elite socialising through the 18th century."

File:English sewing box on stand, late 18th-early 19th century, penwork on wood, HAA.JPG

English sewing box on stand, late century, penwork on wood, Honolulu Academy of Arts

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