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To ensure a nice clean shave, 18th century barbershops throughout England and France would have used this type oval pewter basin (with section cut out on brim) on all of their preferred customers.

To ensure a nice clean shave, century barbershops throughout England and France would have used this type oval pewter basin (with section cut out on brim) on all of their preferred customers.

T31 Pewter Basin,  last quarter 18th century, round form with narrow single reed brim, touchmark to bottom of bowl, (minor wear), dia. 13 in.

T31 Pewter Basin, last quarter 18th century, round form with narrow single reed brim, touchmark to bottom of bowl, (minor wear), dia. 13 in.

Antique Dutch Pewter Bowl 18th Century Bowl by GaryGermer on Etsy, $65.00. #antique #vintage #appraisal

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Faience Barber's Bowl - France, c1740 (Victoria and Albert Museum, London)

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ENGLISH DELFT BLUE AND WHITE BARBER'S BASIN FIRST HALF OF THE 18TH CENTURY, PROBABLY BRISTOL

ENGLISH DELFT BLUE AND WHITE BARBER'S BASIN FIRST HALF OF THE 18TH CENTURY, PROBABLY BRISTOL

Barber's bowl, c.1720, Bristol, England, Delft (tin-glazed earthenware).

Barber's bowl, c.1720, Bristol, England, Delft (tin-glazed earthenware).

BASIN FOR SHAVING OR BLEEDING in Chinese export porcelain, Qianlong period (1736-1795), Imari decoration representing a vase with peonies and other flowers. Rim with birds. Length: 31.5 cm.

BASIN FOR SHAVING OR BLEEDING in Chinese export porcelain, Qianlong period Imari decoration representing a vase with peonies and other flowers. Rim with birds.

1730 British Shaving basin at Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia - From the curators' comments: "Barbers' bowls have a cutout on the rim to cup around a man's neck (or against his chest, as some contemporary illustrations show). The depression presumably was used as a soap receptacle or a thumb rest. Most surviving examples include barber's tools among their decoration and sometimes surgeon's tools even though the two professions had been separated before these were made."

1730 British Shaving basin at Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia - From the curators' comments: "Barbers' bowls have a cutout on the rim to cup around a man's neck (or against his chest, as some contemporary illustrations show). The depression presumably was used as a soap receptacle or a thumb rest. Most surviving examples include barber's tools among their decoration and sometimes surgeon's tools even though the two professions had been separated before these were made."

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