New York Herald from New York, New York on December 3, 1922 · 10
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New York Herald from New York, New York · 10

New York, New York
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Sunday, December 3, 1922
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Very cleverly; is the mirror ; coneealpd beneath the flap of this purse .of imported crossgrain rrtorocco, appropriately clasped with a Cloisonne ornament. In black and colors. 12.50 r r . . (Fitted within an inch of its life with feminine trifles is this p^cketbook of imported dull pin morocco \}r ccfase, | | with Rouble frame and mirror. V 12.50 t 1 * ; A -t: ** ' ? s :}' . H V.' ' " I [( \'US; ! h'iMM&M ' 1 /L. ' This pocketbook claims distinction hy virtue of the fancy I calf in all colors that develop > it. The mirror in the flap dis- | closes a "Bobby" comb. Silk lined, and fitted with cord ; handle. j 2.95 ?= j! To add smartness to the tail j ored costume is the purpose of this pockctbook of patent enamel or dull calf, lined with j leather and with double, frame. Handkerchief pocket at back. \ 4.95 J I Pleats in this bag of pin seal ( or beaver calf furnish smartI ness and roominess, while service is provided in leather lining, double handle and tm h mirror. 6.95 PnrlrrU ^ralrtrf t? Kilt n n * of the many features interesting of this pocketbook of import. ed cross-grain polished morocco, furtncr supplied with X mirror and ^double center , compartments. In black and colors. r. 7.50 1 SK *' * It carries itself with an air of . distinction, does this purse of beaver .calf or polished pin seal, for the engraved frame is very good-loo icing, and the leather supple. Silk lined, and in black and colors. j j 4.95 i L. French in the steel beading? French in its unusual shape? French in t.asteful design?is the appeal of this imported uttair ot faille, suk, moijntfQ on shell, with pannier handle. . 12.50 ' t, - - V. Steel beads gleaming against a chiffon velvet background ,, give you some idea of the loveliness of this pouch model, mounted on shell. Equipped with vanity. 9.50 f Rich, heavy Pekin striped' moire is enough to make any- . one want this bag, but when an onyx and marcasite clasp on sterling is added, besides a / lining of changeable silk, it will be irresistible. 10.50 The recipient of this bag will admire the satin-striped duvetyne or silk moire that fashions it?the filigree frame, and its capacious silk-linea interior. 7.50 She won't say "Another handbag!" when she sees this one of chiffon velvet In pooch model with yoke, clasped with a distinctive affair of smoked pearl. Taffeta?lined. 10.50 A bag in the hand is worth I two anywhere else, particularly when it combines purse and vanity, is of ' rekin striped silk or striped duvetyne, and has trimming of 14-kt. gold-filled clips. 2.95 * J r ' This solidly beaded bag tells the story of ingenuity and color sense in its conventional or flower designs, mounted on shell frame, silk lined, and completed witlr-heavy fringe and bead handle. 9.50 - \ Ajl V THE NEW YORK / i > Broadway , ^ at 34th Street . yT from on There is grace in the lines of this pocketbook of striped duvetyne or moire, in onepice pouch model with yoke? mounted on green gold finish engraved frame. 2.95 A touch of originality is seen in the mountings of Ivortus in white and color, in a bag of satin striped duvetyne or chif( ?u._? 1UU VClVtl. 4.95 The changeable silks that are the mode at present serve to line this pockctbook of imported silk moire, which adds lo^ distinction a self-covered frame ornamented with marcasite and jet. 15.00 For a bag so inexpensive to be o effective is the combination one encounters in this affair of moire or duvetyne in the faihlAnakln AM A ^ ivfff viv uivuwivu VM m dome-shaped filigree fratne and lined with moire. 2.95 A gift worth looking into is this pocketbook and vanity of imported Japanese silk, gorgeously lined with metal brocade and beautifully fitted. 18.50 A capacity for service is the motto of this capacious bag of striped duvetyne, moire or velvet, in pouch model with rhinestone clasp. Inside is a double purse and plenty room. r 4.95 < HERALD, SUNDAY, DEC Qttd ffiamjiam} Jift Suggestion r extensive Leather Goo< ia m/iet- onmnlota m A ??*/ IV AUVUV VVUIJ^/AVVV AU d 1AU\ = Jb. very attractive bag is this one made entirely of beadsimported?and available in rose or conventional designs, mounted on shell frame. Lined with silk and finished with fringe. 7.50 No feminine lover of beauty will be able to resist the charm of this Imported bag of metal beads in a glowing harmony of steel and colors. Mounted on gate frame with jeweled knobs. Bead fringe and tassels. 25.00 The brilliant colors and taste* ful patterns of this bag recommend it highly to the particular woman. Of solid beads, with four tabs and ) tassels dangling from its shell | frame. 9.50 A-glitter with the twinkle and vivacity of shining beads is this hand-knitted imported bag of finely cut glass, worked into a host of lovely flower designs. The top is crocheted. 24.50 For the woman of irreproachable taste, we suggest this swagger bag of Pekin striped silk, moire lined and clasped with an ornament trimmed with marcasite. r 4.95 1 as iEMBER 3, 1922. V ' 4 Hie Store of > Practical Gifts 5 \ Is Stocks V ?ica \ X For the school box or luncheon on the road, this American thermos bottle will come in handy. Its capacity Is one quart, and its construction sturdy?with corrugated seamless brass case, nickel plated. 1.85 For the man#or woman who is at all particular about desk appointments, this imported library set will bo an "appreciated gift. Scissors and paper cutter in colored case to match one's surroundings. 1.95 V That he who rides may write at the same time is the purpose of this imported writing portfolio?made of imported beaver calf or morocco in black and colors^ thoroughly equipped for service. 8.50 A less expensive writing case is this one, but for service it is the equal of the one above. Of imported morocco and beaver calf, with writing accessories. 3.95 To carry one'a toilet water* afely has been designed this case of tan sole leather, holding three or four bottles, as preferred, topped with enamel stoppers, in one's favorite color. 14.50 A jewel case for traveling, or for safe-keeping in one's drawer, is this one of imported leather, with compartments for all manner of jewels, lined with velvet. f r 4.50 1 Imported sewing baskets of wicker inrcolor,'with covers of ecrase, lined with taoire to match the general color scheme. Fully supplied with sewing needfuls. In rose, blue, helio. Size 10x14. 19.50 A particularly good-looking basket of wicker in contrasting shades. Fla t model, completely fitted with sewing accessories. Size 10x13. < 6.95 Wicker baskets for sewing or mending, with all the sewing equipment and bar for spools Iof thread. Covers come ia tan and beaver. Size 9x12#. 14.50 A work basket of unusual shape is this round" brown wicker one with a cover of tan beaver, equipped with every accessory for needle| work that one could ask for. Size 13 inches. 19.50 A nest of baskets will prove a thoughtful gift for anyone, and separately, too. they are delightful Of wicker, trimmed with jade rings, tassels and beads. Size sX, 25c, 6^, 38c, 8, 65c, 9#, 75c, 12, 85c. A vanity case that holds all the fittings one needs, and leaves room for personal things is this one of morocco or vachette, with an efficient mirror and accessories. One can almost use it for an overnight case. 10.50 That the bridge appointments may be perfection, here is a compact bridge set in box or envelope shape with two packs of cards, pads and pencil. Of imported leather in red, green, navy, purple, black, tan, beaver. ' 5.00 J 9 wr - -gp t-- " i For the man who desires a distinctive container for his money, here is one of velvet calf in hip model wallet, with flexible edge of sterling gilt, snapped for security. 7.50 \ A * ''I The method of carrying collars about on one's travels and keeping them clean is shown in this imported collar bag of tan English leather, in drawstring model that will * hold two dozen collars. 3.95 A sporting cigarette case is this one of black pin morocco or crocodile calf?efficiently designed to hold twenty * cigarettes without crushing even one of them. 3.95 , A decidedly unusual variation of the usual military hair brushes is this set with backs of brown velvet calf, in a case of velvet calf clipped with sterling gilt. , 15.00 V - 1 An excellent suggestion for the man who does any traveling is an imported tourist case like this one, of tan sole leather, with fourteen fittings ' 18.50 The gift to merit Christmas ,for many yean b the one of a traveling dock like this one, with 8-day, 15-Jewel movement, eases of crushed or bearer calf or morocco in color, with figures for night H and day use. In rose, blue, helio, tan, gray, black, green. 18.50 ' ?in? ill A capacity for service and as many papers as one finds it * D necessary to carry is afforded by this brief case, of 5-oz. saddle leather, with straps, lock and reinforcements, and bar across the top. 4.95 Imported attache cases of j imported leathers in black I and color, with compart- I ments for one's personal I 1 paperf, and equipment of j| blotter, pen, pencil, lock and : I key. Tan, navy, green, black. 11 I ' 2-95 il I

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