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Haircombs and pins

Haircombs and pins

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British arts and crafts piece by Arthur and Georgie Gaskin, c. 1910. The raised silver-foliage design is bookmarked by pearls....

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Vintage Hinged Domed Pearl And Horn Hair Comb With Dangles / GalleryTwo

Image Sotheby's. Pair tortoiseshell and diamond combs, c1910, Cartier. Openwork surmount of floral design, rose-cut diamonds in millegrain settings, tortoiseshell prongs.

Art Nouveau comb from Argentina

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A tortoise shell hair comb from England of yellowgold, diamonds, and pearls. IN original case marked: Martin & Son, Goldsmiths to the Queen, Cheltenham. Circa 1900.

Edwardian - Black/Gold Celluloid

Midwest Mayhem: 11/7/10 - 11/14/10

1850 Wood hair comb

Chinese Ming Dynasty Kingfisher Hair Ornaments

8087: Chinese Ming Dynasty Kingfisher Hair Ornaments : Lot 8087

Spider Hair Fork -By far my fav hair fork I've ever owned!!

Head ornament, late 19th–early 20th century - Iran or Central Asia, probably Yomut

Temple Pendant | Islamic | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Art Deco celluloid comb from Oyonnax, France.

Japanese hair accessory for kimono -kanzashi- by SAKAE

2012年 鬼灯(ホオズキ)簪 三部作 出品いたしました

An antique eighteen karat gold and turquoise hair ornament, circa 1860. Attaches to the hair by a metal comb.

Aesa Bronze Knot Hair Pin

Aesa Bronze Knot Hair Pin

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Hairpin the Jewels of Laliique ed Yvonne Brunhammer5 ivy and clover

\Auguste Bonaz was a designer of hair ornaments during the early 20th Century

Mary’s Bonaz Comb | Barbaraanne's Hair Comb Blog

Peigne raffiné, léger, amusant. Parfait pour de jolis chignons.

Comb, 19th c.

Comb | probably German | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Chinese-made ivory comb for export to the Victorian market, c. 1890

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Lot | Sotheby's

China’s ethnic minorities have the tradition of using hairpins to fix up hair and make hairdressing. Their hairpins are of diversified varieties, with long histories and rich national features and cultural implications.

COMBS: Hand crafted of Black Water Buffalo Horn

These beautiful combs are hand carved from black water buffalo horn to gently groom your hair without static electricity and damage. They are designed for special sorts of hair: thick curly hair, fine fly-away hair, and long, heavy hair.