The Finest Vintage and Antique Gifts
The Finest Vintage and Antique Gifts
The Finest Vintage and Antique Gifts
The Finest Vintage and Antique Gifts

The Vintage Compact Shop Are The Leading Specialists In Vintage And Antique Vanities.

We offer bespoke service that includes free gift boxing and in-depth fact guides on your chosen gift.

All of our items also come with free tracked and insured global shipping.

We are committed to offering outstanding hallmarked gold, silver, rare collectibles and accessories to the most discerning collectors.

As featured in the Financial Times for our fabulous selection of fine vesta cases & compacts featured in Season 2 of the hit television show Killing Eve.

1970s Makeup Compact
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Stratton Cachette Compact Mirror
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Gold Plated Stratton Compact
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Silver Plated Mirror Compact
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Golden Makeup Compact With Ornate Engraving
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William Colgate Colgate & Co. U.S.A.

Colgate History Patents And Illustrated Timeline

In 1806 William Colgate founded his business in New York. The warehouse premises were located at 6 Dutch Street, NY. The firm was involved in the manufacturing of soap and candles. It may seem a little strange to us but their range of soap included brown soap, as well as pale coloured soap. They also offered fancy soaps which were fashioned into unusual shapes.  

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Manfred Durst Fred Manshaw Ltd Founder Kindertransport Document

History Of Fred Manshaw Ltd. The Kindertransport And The Bleeding Heart Yard Legend

It is impossible to look at the photograph of Manfred Durst on the identity document provided to him by His Majesty’s Government in the United Kingdom without feeling sad for all the casualties of WWII.  Manfred was one of the children who arrived in Great Britain as part of the Kindertransport humanitarian rescue programme.
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Paul Ettlinger Patented 9 Carat Gold Pocket Case 1904

History And Patents Of Jewellers Joseph & Paul Ettlinger

Joseph Ettlinger and his partner Adolphe Aron were located at 60 Aldermanbury London EC from the late 1860s until the beginning of the 1870s. They were the London partners of Triefus & Ettlinger of 103 rue du Temple, Paris. Both gentlemen became particularly well known for their jewellery, cases, elegant fans, leather & ivory goods. The firm also imported French made luxury accessories. Joseph Ettlinger became the Master of the Worshipful Fan Makers Company in 1904. 
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