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Barbara Steinberg


Nouveau Hair Comb Mistletoe
barbaraanneconsulting This is an exact replica of Henri Vever's Mistletoe comb. You also have exact replicas of Mucha and the Gaillard Mapleseed comb. Art Nouveau combs had exquisite shades to mimic nature. I also see you have a replica of a black Bonaz comb. Given the colors in the pens that can be used to paint 3D creations, I think this process is much more suited to Deco than it is to Art Nouveau, and you should go with Bonaz. To see Vever in acrylic modern technology is a shock to the system. You could reproduce Deco combs much more authentically.


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