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This is a rare Richard Hudnut "Brocade Vanity" Powder and Rouge Compact in gold tone and blue enamel, which is in Excellent Condition. On the top, the lid features an intricate engine turned raised design centered with a flower blossom, and radiating out to twelve points with overlapping ribbed coils. The blue enamel inlay is flawless, with no chips or scratches. The back of the compact features a series of concentric rings with a clean (not engraved) circular cartouche in the center. On the outer smooth circular band it is hallmarked: RICHARD HUDNUT - DISTRIBUTOR - NEW YORK - PARIS - BROCADE VANITY. There is some very minor scuffing in the back which can be seen in Photo #3. Inside, the lower powder well is clean, and the well lid is hallmarked: RICHARD HUDNUT. Inside the upper lid is the two-sided mirror which has some very minor haze toward the outer edge of one side, and the rouge compartment which contains some original rouge. All hinges and clasps are alligned and work properly. It measures 2 1/2 inches in diameter by 5/16 inch thick.

This gorgeous Richard Hudnut Brocade Vanity would make a fabulous addition to someone's collection of Art Deco womens vanity items, a terrific addition to an all Hudnut collection, or a very thoughtful gift.

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Vintage Compact Richard Hudnut Brocade Vanity Compact Powder Compact Rouge Compact Mirror Compact Art Deco Compact 1930s Excellent Condition

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  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: Metal Alloy, Gold Tone, Mirror, Powder, Rouge
  • Feedback: 120 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from New Mexico, United States