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03 February 2024

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Lb

Shaving brush?

Diogenes

Implement to push clothes and fabrics down into dye colors.

Jennifer Phillipps

I thought they might be skittles from a new kind of bowling game where the bowling ball is a coconut? Jennie, NZ

Franki

Made for cleaning gargoyles...?

Villa Kerr

Japanese dish scrubber

Judy

clothes brush???

Lynn H

Dusters? or some kind of craft tool for dabbing paint?

Stephanie M

Whisk broom for multiple uses.

Ed Schnurbusch

I've seen videos of Japanese using them to paint. Since it's in France, I'll say it is for silk screening.

Diogenes

19th century wallpaper brushes.

Franklin Q Levin

It looks like the brush I use to clean my wok, but woks are not old French. I think it is a cleaning brush of some kind.

Elizabeth Ann Schaeffer

yes please. What are they?

annW

Are they whisks - for mixing/beating egg mixes eg Yorkshire pudding?

Cousin Linda

Mushroom brushes

Texasfrancophile

Whisk brooms

marilyn

To clean a fireplace or firepit

Kathie B

For brushing your pet elephant's tusks?

Diogenes

Danny guesses that it is a barber's brush for shaving cream. I don't know they look kind of big for that.

Carol

Mushroom brush?

Jennier

Plant Pot Cleaner, Cobweb duster,Crumb duster for a table???????

Momof5

To dust off wine when your open the cork?

Villa Kerr

Note: Watche Japanese TV a lot and they were making these brushes and said they were used to scrub dishes and pots. All I was thinking about was the wonderful craftsmanship. Villa

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