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All Items : Vintage Arts : Instruments and Implements : Medical : Pre 1900 item #732983 (stock #G94)
Stonegate Antiques
$85.00
Measuring 3.25 inches high by 3.75 inches in diameter, this lovely Victorian mustache or shaving cup or mug remains in excellent condition but for the subtle wear to the gilt-edged rim.

The cup is embossed with swirls, dots and bows as well as decorated further with gold-drawn designs and 2 large, hand-painted pink roses with 1 smaller cream-colored rose. The cup base is scalloped and the fancy handle is gold-gilded.

A very pretty piece!

All Items : Vintage Arts : Instruments and Implements : Medical : Pre 1900 item #732980 (stock #275(M))
Stonegate Antiques
$85.00
Made, warranted and patented in 1863 by Charles Emerson of Charlestown (a suburb of Boston), Massachusetts, this all original razor strap miraculously retains its original cardboard sheath.

The historically-fascinating sheath label is in exquisite condition with minor edge wear noted to the sheath. The strap shows evidence of use and also remains in fine condition.

The 9.35 inch long strap was advertised for use in sharpening not only shaving razors, but also pen knives and surgical instruments!

A rare piece of early Barber Shop Memorabilia!

All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Tools : Pre 1900 item #620236 (stock #(G)443)
Stonegate Antiques
$38.00
Measuring 11 inches in length, this wonderful American spokeshave dates minimally to circa 1900. In wonderful, all-original condition with rich warm patina. Constructed of hardwood with brass plate and iron carving blade. Displays fabulously!!
All Items : Vintage Arts : Instruments and Implements : Scientific : Pre 1910 item #620198 (stock #G48)
Stonegate Antiques
$45.00
Offered is an EXTREMELY RARE, unopened, 8 ounce tin of Circa 1900, theatrical make up manufactured by The M. Stein Cosmetic Company of New York City-- the preeminent maker during this time period of theatrical face powder used by stage actors off and on Broadway!

This tin displays absolutely wonderfully and features a fabulously detailed ART NOUVEAU styled blue and cream colored lithograph on the cover! The side labels are quite interesting as well as they detail the 16 different face colors produced by M. Stein which include such unique color names as "Indian", "Moving Picture", Sallow Old Age", Chinese", and "Juvenile Flesh" to name a few!

The only tin remaining is marked as color 12 (olive). Please see photos which well represent condition. The tin has superficial scratches and minimal faint rust commensurate with an early tin. No rust on the bottom as the photo might indicate. The tin measures 4.25 inches in diameter and is nearly 2 inches in height.

The tin you are viewing is noted in the 5th photo. Looks better in person.

All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Pre 1920 item #617691 (stock #G177)
Stonegate Antiques
$69.00
Offered for sale is an extremely difficult-to-find, vintage hair care product called the “FABRE PERMANENT WAVING SET”.

This fabulous beauty salon collectible comes with its original box, a bottle of “FABROL” lotion with original paper label, 4 metal rod CURLERS, 2 metal with wood handle DRYING TUBES, wires, and a group of curling papers. Looking at the apparatus in this kit, it is a wonder any woman was brave enough to perm her hair!!

The paper-covered cardboard box has wear and tear typical of a 70+ year old piece, but it displays wonderfully and sports a highly decorative label on the inner cover featuring the image of a lovely lass curling her hair.

From “Mons. Antoine Fabre – 11 Hills Place – Oxford Circus, London, W.”.

Dates to the early 1920s.