I remember this brushing it's mirror tray from my childhood. The two were a
gift from a mother of a dance student of my mother. It must have been the
1950's or sixties. I don't remember a comb, though there may have been one.
There was a scene in a movie of a woman sitting at a vanity table brushing her
long brown hair. When I was little the TV was a New phenomenon. So I feel like
the movie was a movie my mother took me to see in a fancy theater. All of this
is why I call this the Glamour Brush. Mother never used the brush, I found it
on it's miror wrapped and still tucked away. Teachers always got gifts back in
the day and I seem to remember that the giver of this gift owned a department
store. I don't see any flaws on the still new brush. But you can see a childish
crayon scribble on the bottom of the little mirror tray. Surely I did not make
that scribble. The mirror is not perfect, but you can see your face in the
mirror. I think the mirror is held in the left hand, while brushing your hair
with the right hand. This is what I remember.
The mirror is eight and one half inches round. The brush is eight inches long
and two and one half inches wide.