This is a vintage powder compact for pressed powders.
It also has a lift-off ring with a wee catch inside which can be raised to allow the pressed powder to go in and closes to keep it in place.
As you can see from my photographs - it is nice and clean and hardly used.
There is a mirror in the lid which is generally clean with no disfiguring marks to the glass.
The exterior lid is a stylish blue and white striped pattern - which is made from enamel. The enamel has a nice shine & sheen to it with no scratches. Again, all nice and clean and with no damage. The base of the compact is also lovely. It is gold-tone with a plain stepped band around the rim - and in the middle, there is an engine-turned geometric pattern with the Stratton lozenge in the center.
It dates to the late 1950s or early 1960s.
The diameter is 8.5 cm (3 1/4 inches). It is a slimmer compact - with a height of just under 1 cm.
I have taken lots of images for your inspection.
My asking price reflects its age and its exceptional condition.
UK postage will be £4.95 and applied at check-out. I have a number of vintage powder compacts in my online shop. Multiple purchases will be capped at £4.95 in postage to you.