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Pair of purple mini-combs for modern short hairstyle. The François Huchard technique can be compared to the way Lea Stein, another French accessory designer, used the plastic material. ...

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Small comb by Lea Stein, famous designer in Paris in the 60s-70s. This flapper head is known as "Sauvage." See Judith Just's book, 'Lea Stein Jewelry', page 23....

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Known as "the most notable and innovative designer of plastic jewelry of the 20th century", Léa Stein influenced a lot of artist designers, like on these two pieces really similar to her creations. ...

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The most famous Lea Stein's design is this 3-D fox with slanted eyes and looped tail. Produced in a wide range of colors and patterns, it is stuck here on a black haircomb. ...

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Smal haircomb of special plastic effect, by the French Parisian designer Lea Stein. Her plastic jewellery was famous in the 1970's. ...



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Very nice grooming comb made of plastic with graphic effects. Signed Sandy Cole - NAMASTE, made in India. During the 1970s, Sandy Cole worked to get optical effects with fused layers of different pla...

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Group of three combs, of special plastic with iridescent colors, very fashionable in the 70's. Lea Stein was the leader in this technique. ...

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Similar to Lea Stein design, this side comb is made of laminated purple plastic, in the shape of a fish....