Kinga K-G

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AeonLux: Dr Dee's Obsidian mirror

Dr Dee's mirror (with case)- This mirror was used by the Elizabethan mathematician, astrologer and magician John Dee as a 'shew-stone', one of many polished translucent or reflective objects which he used as tools for his occult research.

SIGNED STERLING CHATELAINE This is a beautiful sterling silver chatelaine. It dates c. 1880. It has five sterling silver attachments; a perfume, a pencil, a notebook, a comb, and a pill box. The chatelaine brooch is hallmarked. I am not certain of the maker. *

SIGNED STERLING CHATELAINE This is a beautiful sterling silver chatelaine. It dates c. It has five sterling silver attachments; a perfume, a pencil, a notebook, a comb, and a pill box. The chatelaine brooch is hallmarked. I am not certain of the maker.

A silver set of a mirror, pillbox, dance cards, coin ball, lipstick case, pencil, etc.

CHATELAINE "B-arrow" mark sterling chatelaine engraved with scrolls and flowers and the initials "ELC", mirror pillbox 3900 w/mirror dance cards coin ball lipstick 3996 pencil case for ?

Claude glass believed to be John Dee's scrying mirror #witchcraft

The High Priestess looks between the worlds Claude glass believed to be John Dee's scrying mirror, Europe, undated

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Dr. John Dee's (1527-1609) Claude Glass, at the Science Museum archives, London. Science Museum object no. A127914.

John Dee's Claude Glass, at the Science Museum archives, London. Science Museum object no.

Valve of a Mirror Case.  Date:     1180–1200. Culture:     British. Medium:     Bronze gilt.

Half of a Mirror Case/Compact (Originally hinged to a matching mirror, the rings are a modern addition) - British -

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