A fine Drew and Sons leather cased gentleman's dressing set. The set is in a crocodile leather case which folds out to reveal various brushes etc and cut glass pots with silver tops. The silver is hallmarked for London 1917 and the maker is Thomas Ingleton (one pot is associated) The set is in lovely condition and the leather a good colour and patina. Drew and Sons were makers to the Queen. The case does lack a few of the smaller implements.
overall sizes in inches:
Closed: 12 1/2 by 2 1/2
Open: 25 by 25
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