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Sunday, 3 February 2013

Ladies Vanity Box Complete.

             The Ladies vanity box is finally complete and becomes my first piece of work for 2013.


                                 I popped a coin on top to give everyone a comparison to scale.

 
The three tiny scent bottles and brass combs may fit inside the box but i have not tried them, either way they will also accompany the piece.
 
 
I'm not sure what may have been kept inside a ladies vanity box from around this period but i thought it would be nice to include a small portrait also mounted with a ivory frame.
 
 
                                       And finally a shot of the box with all of its accessories.
 
I'm hoping to continue sharing other pieces i have on the go but these may be a little irregular due to real life issues ,many thanks to everyone who has left me comments regarding this piece of work and also from my previous post i do read each one and treasure all of them also a warm welcome to my new followers and many thanks for taking an interest in what i create.
Have a happy and safe week everyone.   Tony.



22 comments:

  1. So beautiful! I'm at a loss for better words

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  2. It's a masterpice, as always.
    Bye Faby

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  3. Woww so many wonderful accessories fit inside that beautiful box. It sure turned out great---

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  4. Wauw it looks amazing! Really a piece if miniature art. gr. AM

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  5. I love it! Wonderful!!
    Hugs,
    teruka

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  6. Tony........ I am at a loss for words.

    Mario

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  7. Tony, this vanity box is really artwork. There are so many accessories, which fit in this tiny box. Love that ivory frame.
    Hugs, Ilona

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  8. Hi Tony, everything ok with you?
    It's really beautifully detailed.
    All those lovely small parts that fits in the box, they are wonderful.
    I am always amazed by your beautiful work.
    A very nice week, greetings, Alexandra

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  9. Hi Tony, It's a masterpiece! Just the box would be that, but you think of all the tiny things that a lady would have in it and that makes it so much more. Aren't miniatures a wonderful outlet for stresses in real life? As long as you can find the time for your miniatures, it will help, I'm sure!

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  10. Truly art. Such beautiful work. Thank you so much for sharing your latest treasure creation with us.

    Dale

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  11. Oh, it's beautiful. I can't believe how many little treasures you were able to fit inside. And the lady even had a portrait of 'her man'. I wonder if her family found him to be a suitable match!

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  12. Beautiful work Tony!

    I hope everything in RL is better soon.

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  13. Stunning work! It's a great pleasure to see your works Tony!
    Fingres crossed for your life issues to go in a good direction.:)
    Big hug

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  14. Hello Tony,
    It is really a masterpiece. the finish is so rich and beautiful! The detail just blows me away. Congratulations Tony, you really outdid yourself.
    Big hug,
    Giac

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  15. This is remarkable work...no detail left out! Bravo!

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  16. Hello Tony, I have just found your blog and I cannot believe this beautiful piece. I love the antique 'necessaires' and you have created such a detailed on in mini, fabulous.

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  17. It's gorgeous like all your work!! Jeannette

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  18. Another little work of art.

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  19. It's wonderful - again!
    Kind regards and lots of admiration
    Andrea

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  20. I was out skiing and I didn't see it first hand: Tony, it is another masterpiece!!! wonderful!!!

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  22. Dear Tony, I have just finished scrolling trough all you posts....and I 'm just speachless! Your work is amazing and I love the wunderkammer miniatures you made. Years ago I also started a project, and made some miniatures for a professor who collects bric-à-brac from nature etc. I have safed everything in boxes for some day to start on this project....Visiting your blog inspired me a lot, but of course my work doesn't even come close to your amazing master pieces!

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