Vintage Art-Y-Zan Art Deco Vanity Set In Original Box

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  • Item Category: Jewelry
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Oct 30,2009
  • Channel: Online Auction

Vintage Art-Y-Zan Art Deco Vanity Set In Original Box
This listing is for a vintage vanity set in it's original box.
Set is gold with black accent and floral design.
The gold tag that we photographed the items with says "Art-Y-Zan Toilet Ware Warranted Finest Quality. Solid Stock - Pure Bristles - Decorations Guaranteed"
Includes:
12" Mirror
6 3/4" Comb
9" Brush
(2) 2 3/4" octagonal cream/powder jars
Box has a front clasp and measures 24" long x 12" wide
We take great care in packaging our merchandise, and assure the products are packaged securely. We describe every item in detail and each item is sold as is, with no implied or inferred warranties or claims.
Many items we sell are vintage and used. We spend a lot of time hunting down unique items, so we don't have time to dust, clean, launder, smell, or polish everything. Most vintage items that have been used are not perfect and may have been stored for a long time. We don't always know if items are smoke or pet free so if this is an issue, don't bid. We do our best to point out all problems, defects or flaws. Please keep this in mind when bidding and ask questions if you are unsure.
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Ryan and Victoria
RAV Industries
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