Please read entire description, condition, and notice all photos. Description - set of two handpainted, mother of pearl, trinket, or small loose powder boxes, with glass mirrors on the inside. Decorative embossed designs around the bases.
Domed shaped at the top, with handpainted horses and riders. The largest are polo players, and the smallest, two warriors in battle. Iridescent colors of the mother of pearl shines through the pastel colors of the paint. Each one has a mirror on the inside of the covers.
Not sure if their silverplated, but look like they are. The metal is hand hammered around the mother of pearl, so their not perfectly round on the top. Made out of a nice weight metal.
Beautiful set, with a very nice shine to them. I believe these were made around the 1950's if not before. Condition - there is light spotting on the metal, and on the mirrors.
The largest also has some cloudiness on the mirror. Covers fit nice and tight. May have some tarnish on them. Inside round - 2 1/2.
Inside round - 1 7/8. This item is made of mother of pearl, metal, glass mirrors and maybe silverplated.