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c. 1900

Brush; creamy brown bristles of a natural fibre along two thirds of the underside (brush part) embeded into the curved wooden handle.
The shape of the handle is an elongated slim reverse 's' shape.
The back face of the handle appears to be hand painted with creamy white flowers, and green leaves.

Historical information

Believed to be a crumb brush for the table, part of set that included a brush and small shovel.



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c. 1900
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Image CC BY 4.0 Phil Hart

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Photo by Phil Hart

Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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