Barbershop Items

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This chair came out of a 40 year collection, this is not a plain chair. It is one of the most ornate I have ever seen for being Porcelain. I don’t find chairs in this condition any more. It was been well taken care of through the years. This chair was completely taken apart as we do all of our chairs. It was sent to my chrome shop to get nickel plated, and to the upholstery shop to get it recovered in a high grade leather. It was completely assembled and making sure the pump, brake, and the recliner is in great working order. The porcelain on this chair is cream in color and in perfect condition (it still has a shine).

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This chair was built by Berninghaus.  The chair has been completely restored.  We starting out by disassembling the hole chair.  From there we send it out to be sandblasted and then it is primered with an automotive primer, sanded to a fine finish and then it goes into the paint room to be painted with a high grade automotive paint (we painted this one in a soft white, not like the hospital white that comes on it).  While that is being done, the rest of the chair is having new leather put on exactly as it was when it was new and we send all the plating out to have it nickel plated.  Now it is time to assemble it and check the hydraulics to make sure  they work as they should.  So when it is completed the brake works, it reclines, pumps up and goes down smoothly.  All the work is done in house so when you receive the chair it will be exactly as you hoped it would be.

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This Beardsley Barber Pole was made in the 1930’s and resembles a Paider Barber Pole.  There were not a lot of them made.  It was restored sometime in the past and is in great condition with only a few chips on it.  It is 10″ wide and 42″ tall.

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1930’s Koch Barber Chair.  It has not been painted as the porcelain is original and beautiful.  It has been re-upholstered with new leather and re-chromed.  Everything works great and it pumps up and down, reclines and locks in place.
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This Barber Pole was made somewhere between the 1940’s and 1950’s.  It was restored about 10 years ago and is in great condition aside from a few chips which can be seen in the images.

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This hand dryer is in good working order and the porcelain finish is in great condition.  It weighs 30 lbs.

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Vintage Koch Barber Pole with a paper wheel made in the 1920’s.  At some unknown point is was restored and it only has a few chips on the paint.  Otherwise it is in great working condition.

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Antique barber shop towel steamer-sterilizer that was made in the 1920’s.  We are unaware if it is operational and the small glass tube which displays the water level is missing.

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Antique barber shop towel steamer-sterilizer that was made in the 1920’s.  Has a dry towel storage area with shelves and glass bevel doors.  We are unaware if it is operational and the small glass tube which displays the water level is missing.

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