German ‘900’ silver and red enamel Minaudière by Louis Kuppenheim of Pforzheim, Germany. Circa 1920.
Marked with L(cockerel) K mark signifying sale in Paris from 1900, onwards.
A minaudière is a women’s fashion accessory, generally considered a jewellery piece and intended to substitute for an evening bag.
Dimensions: 8,2 cm long by 3,4 cm wide.
Weight: 171 grams gross.