A circa 1930s or 40s Black Forest clothes brush from Germany that's both uncommon and comical, done in the shape of a Buzzard or Vulture that's made of wood with glass eyes and a Bakelite beak. The red brush is a separate piece that fits into a pocket at the top of the wings and shows its age via paint wear, while the side is marked Germany. The bird itself has some apologies as well, namely a chip to the wood at the top of his wing (not so apparent when the brush is in place), chips to the wood at his feet and wear to the wood. It is also marked Germany on the bottom. Measures 5.25 inches in height to the top of the brush, 4.25 inches to the top of the Bird, 2.25 inches in length and 2.5 inches in width. Likely rare and useful, too, this bonny Buzzard can't wait to get lint!
Vintage Vulture Bird Clothes Brush Wood Glass Eyes Bakelite Beak Black Forest