Wig, Hairdressing and Shaving Bygones by: Gail Durbin
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From the huge, tumbling wigs of the wealthy during the mid-seventeenth century, to the razor sharp instruments required for tooth pulling, blood letting and even amputation, the barber's shop has historically housed a plethora of intriguing tools and accessories. Bleeding bowls, bear's grease and beef marrow are just a few of the fascinating curiosities which - along with the more familiar clippers and false curls - constitute the history wig, hairdressing and shaving bygones.
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- Width: 5.75 inches
- Height: 8.5 inches
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- Weight: 0.38 pound
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