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Free Giveaway To Win An Unused Boxed Stratton Powder Compact

Our latest free giveaway to win an unused vintage Stratton powder compact. No purchase needed. Just follow the instructions. The winner will receive this delightful enamel Stratton Bird Series 'Mini-Convertible' powder compact with a history of the maker, Laughton & Sons Ltd. The competition will commence at midnight June 29 2019 and end at midnight September 20 2019. Good luck!   a Rafflecopter giveaway Terms & Conditions: Entries are limited to those aged 18 and over. The winner will be chosen at random via the automated Rafflecopter system. If the advertised prize is not available, we reserve the right to offer a similar alternative prize of equal or greater value. In order to receive their prize, the winners are required to...

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Win An Sterling Silver Art Nouveau Powder Bowl (Maker - Louis Morteveille)

  We are pleased to announce the commencement of our latest competition! Each purchase gains an entry into our prize draw. The lucky winner will receive this exquisitely beautiful antique silver powder bowl made by the famed French silversmith Louis Morteveille. This fabulous fully hallmarked antique powder bowl is adorned with ornate repousse work. Louis Morteveille was active from 1901 - 1909.  Shop the collection: Terms & Conditions: Entries are limited to those aged 18 and over. Each purchase from The Vintage Compact Shop gains an entry into the prize draw. The competition ends when 1000 tickets have been allocated. The winner will be chosen at random from the ticket holders. If the advertised prize is not available, we reserve...

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Win A Vintage Solid Silver Compact In Our Giveaway

With each purchase from The Vintage Compact Shop we include a historical fact pack. Each item is shipped with a lavishly illustrated guide which gives a full history of the heritage of each piece. We are offering you the chance to win a sterling silver and niello powder compact. The compact dates to the 1940s and it was made during a time when British servicemen were stationed in the Middle East. Traditionally these silver pieces were hand carved & the niello was created by baking 50% sulphur, copper, silver & lead which forms the black enamel like coating on this silver compact. These materials would be heated to very high temperatures to form a coating for the silver. The items...

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