A novelty Art Deco silver perpetual desk calendar by W J Myatt & Co, Birmingham 1930. Rectangular silver engine-turned frame mounted on an ebonised-wood back and stand. Hinged and latched opening to its back reveals a full set of cards. Brass knobs turn to draw a cellophane sheet across its window behind a glass cover. Turn the brass knobs to score-out dates as they pass. Stamped registered patent number 737685. Hallmarked for silversmiths W J Myatt & Co and Birmingham 1930. Maximum vertical height is 10 cm and maximum width is 15 cm.
The desk calendar is in overall very good condition commensurate with age and use. Very minor marks to the silver. Wooden back and stand are sound and in very good condition. Back opening, hinge and latches are sound and in very good condition. Full set of cards in aged but good condition. Cellophane roll complete and in good order - has a repair to one of its ends. Please see images as these form an important part of the description.
We specialise in antique furniture, clocks and decorative antiques from Georgian and Victorian through to the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods. Visit us at www.antique-ethos.co.uk or www.antique-ethos.com to see our full range of stock. If you are interested in any of our pieces listed here - please contact us on Antiques@antique-ethos.co.uk or via the 'Contact Us' page on our website.
Antique Ethos has 156 antiques for sale.
click here to see them all