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Empress Reading Glass

Conversation has had its prescribed etiquette.

During the late Victorian era and into the Belle Époque ones monocle served to intimidate and disadvantage.

A houseguest who overstayed his welcome an unwelcome suitor to a favorite daughter?

Now a tool of study and fun, be it to study the lines on your palm, a picture, fingerprints, small print?

A gift with excellent provenance, an accessory that delivers.

The magnifying glass telescopes up and down.

It angles by adjusting a clever ball-joint.

Solid brass with duotone bronze finish, this is a must-have for any desk

Dimensions: 23.6 x 7.9 x 20.6cm

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