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.

Rare Stratton Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Souvenir Compact 1953
Only 1 available!
Silver Plated Stratton Compact Lipstick Set
Only 1 available!
Stratton Swan Lipstick Compact Set In Box
Only 1 available!
Sky Blue Enamel Silver Makeup Compact
Only 1 available!
Flower Design Vintage Makeup Compact
Only 1 available!

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History Of The Wax Seal, Ciphers & Fobs

History Of The Wax Seal, Ciphers & Fobs

Seals have been used since ancient times to seal goods and important communications. Seals were used as early as the seventh millennium B.C. to stamp impressions in clay.  In the fourth millennium B.C. carved cylinders that could be rolled over clay were being used in Mesopotamia. Mesopotamia included parts of modern day Iran, Syria & Turkey. The cylinder seals were used to create frieze-like designs on clay.
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Le Rage Powder Compact Vintage Advertisement

Le Rage Powder Compacts, History, Patents & Advertisements

This post includes Le Rage patent drawings, advertisements and vintage powder compacts.

The company which manufactured Le Rage brand accessories was known as Evans Components Co. Ltd. The firm was located at the Paragon Works, 37 Hockley Hill, Birmingham 18, England.

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A Brief History Of Broadway & Co Silversmiths

A Brief History Of Broadway & Co Silversmiths

The firm was founded in 1901 by William Benjamin Broadway. The company is still located in the same area of Birmingham today, which is known as the Jewellery Quarter. In the Edwardian era the Jewellery Quarter was as busy as it is today. The location is noted as a centre for the production of jewellery and many other industries, especially metal working. It is a conservation area with over 200 listed buildings. English Heritage described the quarter as - a unique historic environment in England – a national treasure....a place of unique character with jewellery and metalworking which does not seem to exist anywhere else in the world. The trade of jewellery making in this region dates back to the mediaeval era.
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