Vintage-Inspired French Glass Brush Set
All bottled up.
For 60 years, Andree Jardin has been making beautiful wood brushes in Brittany, France. Jardin’s husband, George-René Julio, was an apprentice to a brush-maker in Nantes and with his know-how, the pair opened up their factory in 1947. With the advent of plastic, traditional brush-making techniques fell by the wayside, so these brooms and dusters are some of the only high-quality options made in the old-school way—using horsehair and silk bristles, and sturdy wood handles. We love that they’ve maintained their traditional beauty while incorporating modern, whimsical design touches. Get into those hard-to-reach places with a handsome French bottle brush. The set includes a flute brush to get into long, skinny champagne glasses and a carafe brush that blossoms at the base so it makes quick work of filmy insides.
Photography by Rocky Luten, Julia Gartland
Details & Materials -
Stainless steel wire, natural color nylon bristles, natural color cotton, and silk.
Set includes (1) flute brush and (1) carafe brush for a set of 2. Flute: 11.75" L (total) x 1.75" in diameter; Brush: 4.5" L; Carafe: 19.25" L (total) x 3" in diameter; Brush: 6"L
Care & Notes
Wash with a mild detergent, hang to dry
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