Practical Collections: Vintage Shaving Brushes

Sometimes collections can be very useful. Please read my latest post over at SC Johnson’s Family Economics to see the many uses for a simple old shaving brush!

Disclosure: I am a paid blogger for SC Johnson.

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6 Responses to Practical Collections: Vintage Shaving Brushes

  1. #1 - D'Ann says:

    Cathe, I have the same vivid memories you described in your post of my Daddy shaving every morning. Thanks for the walk down memory lane!

  2. #2 - Elaine says:

    What a fun post! Now I have to be on the lookout for shaving brushes, my bearded man does not have one 🙂

  3. #3 - That's Not My Age says:

    They look lovely all lined up together. I have a fairly substantial globe collection, not quite as useful but just as aesthetically pleasing!

  4. #4 - emerald hilss says:

    where do you find them? I haven’t seen any on my hunts sadly 🙁

  5. #5 - RetirementAgeGuru says:

    You don’t see these brushes in shops anymore. It’s a real pity!

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