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Celluloid became popular in the late 1800s. As best as I can tell this is from the 1910s. The condition for its age is good, there is some normal ware of the bristles with a few "clumps" missing, and I am not sure of the material that was used for the bristles. There are no markings to tell the maker of this item. There are no age spots in the color of the Celluloid that I can see. This would make a wonderful addition to your vanity set. Celluloid was known as "Poor Mans Ivory" or French Ivory and this is the appearance that it gives. The brush measures about 8 inches long and a little over 2 inches in width at the broadest.

Celluloid Hair Brush

$11.00

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  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Only ships within United States.
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