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Peineta isabelina tallada a mano, sin faltar ningún engarce. Preciosa! - Foto 1

Peineta isabelina tallada a mano, sin faltar ningún engarce. Preciosa! - Foto 1

“Woman's ornamental hair comb  ca. 1835 Origin: England or America OL: 5 1/2" OW: 7" Tortoise Gift of Tasha Tudor. Acc. No. 1998-244 Woman's decorative hair comb of dark variegated tortoiseshell ornamented with open work carving at top of comb. 15 tapered teeth. Comb is curved to fit a hair bun worn on the crown of the head. Provenance: From the collection of Tasha Tudor.  Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum”

Woman's ornamental hair comb ca. 1835 Origin: England or America OL: 5 OW: Tortoise Gift of Tasha Tudor.

Peineta isabelina tallada a mano, sin faltar ningún engarce. Preciosa! - Foto 1

Peineta isabelina tallada a mano, sin faltar ningún engarce. Preciosa! - Foto 1

Chameleon Hair Comb

Africa Hair Comb with Chameleon Finial from the Baule People Wood, Cloth, and Thread -

Russian, c. 1908-1917, silver, and made by Fabergé work master Anders Michelson (marked AM). The comb has eight tortoiseshell prongs and a beautiful hinge that fits over the entire top. Michelson used niello, a black mixture of copper, silver, and lead sulphides, to inlay the dogs and floral pattern on the tiara.

Russian, c. 1908-1917, silver, and made by Fabergé work master Anders Michelson (marked AM). The comb has eight tortoiseshell prongs and a beautiful hinge that fits over the entire top. Michelson used niello, a black mixture of copper, silver, and lead sulphides, to inlay the dogs and floral pattern on the tiara.

1810 French Parure at the Louvre Museum, Paris - This was given by Napoleon to the Empress Marie-Louise as a marriage gift. The parure consists of a necklace, a comb, bracelets and earrings, all with images of Roman ruins.

Another Parure of Empress Marie Louise. Created by jeweler François-Regnault Nitot. miniature mosaics depicting Roman ruins Offered as a marriage gift by Napoleon I to the empress Marie-Louise in Currently on display at the Louvre.

NINE LADIES' HAIR COMBS, 1850-1910 : Lot 0126

Augusta Auctions accepts consignments of historic clothing and textiles from museums, estates and individuals.

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