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This is a rare survivor; this is THE ultimate luxury accessory for your mens grooming collection. This decorative, luxury razor strop or strap was produced in England during the 19th century, circa 1830. A razor strop (or razor strap) is a strip of leather or other flexible material, used to straighten and polish the blade of a straight razor.
The strop was manufactured by Thomas Briggs at 27 Piccadilly, London. Briggs produced high quality boxes, cabinets and writing desks as well as small luxury leather goods. The sharpener is housed in the most wonderful red leather case with ornate gilt tooled text reading ‘Briggs 27. Piccadilly’. The case is complete with its original manufactures instruction label.
This is such a decorative, quality item. We love the smell of the old leather and the wood handle; it transports you back to a different time. This is an ideal piece for a collector of luxury gents accessories or anyone who loves all things Georgian. A unique gift!!
Measuring: Total width 11.5 inch (29 cm) by height 5/8 inch (1.5 cm). Depth 1 3/8 inch (3.5 cm).
Condition: Light surface wear commensurate with age, some light wear to back right corner of label. A small drying crack to leather strop.
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Circa 1830s Antique Red Leather Razor Strap, Gilt Tooled, Briggs 27 Piccadilly London, Luxury Mens Grooming Gift
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