This quaint sculpture  is a compilation
of beauty shoppe and salon tools
from the 1950's and 1960's era.  The
featured item in this piece is a hair
dryer from the American made
Racine
Company
based in Wisconsin.  Other
items have been interwoven around the
hair dryer and above it to add to its
stunning look.  To top it off there are
two inverted kitchen strainers acting to
shade the bulb which contain various
sized aluminum curlers also made in the
USA.

Dimensions: 20"h x 12"w x 12"d

Materials:
Racine Universal Motor
Co. - Race #65
Hair Dryer, (2) Wahl
hair cutting shears, thinning shears,
tortoise shell & brass plated comb &
nail file set,
Tip-Top Products Co.
aluminum hair curlers,
Goody
aluminum hair curlers, (2) 12" stainless
steel cooking strainers, aluminum base,
aluminum dis
c, aluminum tubing,
nickel-plated brass hardware, silver
wire, 300w full range dimmer.


Bulb Type: (1) G25 45w/120v
halogen vanity clear (medium) max.
$650
Beauty Shoppe, 2011
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Commissioned by:
Regina M. Freedman
New York City, NY