Media, PA
I thought all of you might find this interesting. While visiting Singapore a few months ago, I spent some time exploring the Asian Civilizations Museum. I found this “Shaving Basin” from the early 1700’s. Here is the description: Shaving Basin, Japan, Arita Kiln, Early 1700’s, Porcelain, “The cutout section of this Imari ware basin fits under the chin to catch water and lather while shaving.”

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St. Louis, MO
Very cool.

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Shave Sharp, Look Sharp

Posting Freak
That is quite lovely.

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Love, Laughter & Shaving  Heart

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Peachtree City, GA
Handy for testing katana on prisoner necks too. Haha

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gone to Carolina in my mind
Wow! Very pretty. - Thx.

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