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Model: AB-C5A Specification: Clean brush Cleaning brush use for airbrush cleaning Airbrush makeupAirbrush is makeup sprayed onto the skin using an airbrush instead of using with brushes, fingers, or other things. An airbrush is characterized by 3 major parts. A powered compressor is used to create an even and controllable airflow through a medical grade hose. The hose connects to a metal, trigger-actioned gun. An airbrush system can be altered to suit every type of makeup appli...
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Airbrush is makeup sprayed onto the skin using an airbrush instead of using with brushes, fingers, or other things. An airbrush is characterized by 3 major parts. A powered compressor is used to create an even and controllable airflow through a medical grade hose. The hose connects to a metal, trigger-actioned gun. An airbrush system can be altered to suit every type of makeup application. It is popular in film, theater, bridal makeup, ect. Systems designed for personal cosmetic use in the home are also available. Airbrush systems designed for home use are usually smaller and work at a lower pressures than systems used in industrial applications.
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The oldest cast iron Boston Terrier or Bulldog door stops for instance were cast by craftsmen who made sure they had soft edges grinding them down they were smooth to the touch around the feet, ears and where the seams meet. Most old door stops were painted on the body by airbrush, so there is almost always an overlap of paint depending on the dog’s color. If the doorstop has clear-cut distinct paint lines with no overlap, most likely it has been repainted by someone. Eyes were hand-painted, usually gray with black pupil and some of the Hubley produced dogs had a hand-painted red dot for a tongue. I recommend the book “Doorstops” by Jeanne Bertola it shows photos and prices for the cast iron door stops. There are others books available on Ebay also on amazon.
The screw or the screws that hold the dog together should be a large flat-head screw on the left side of the body (rib area with one screw or if there are two screws, neck and flank). A guarantee of newness is a phillips-head screw like decking screws, rough metal edges that have no grinding marks anywhere on the body and the look of new hand painted colors. The oldest Boston Terrier dogs were produced in the late 1800′s as fairly thin dogs with strong rib cage definition and some definition lines inside the ears. The earliest Boston Terriers were molded, but did not have the bottoms of the feet ground flat. They always had some roundness to the bottoms of the feet. Next generation dogs, created in the early 1900′s, had grinder marks under the body at the seems and around the ears, and had grinder marks on the flat bottoms of the feet. Early dogs were supposed to stand flat, have smoothly ground edges and look realistic as possible with detail in the body including leg muscles, ribs and facial features.
The majority of Boston Terrier Bulldog doorstops looked or faced right if you’re standing behind them, but a select few, probably less than 10%, were produced facing left. Those also have the screw or screws in the left side of the body. Left facing Boston Terrier Doorstops are the rarest of their breed and command prices often 50 to 100% higher than their right-facing counterparts. It is all about the law of supply and demand. Very little supply, lots of demand for these wonderful additions to any home. They create character from a day when doors were held open by heavy metal decoratives.
Simple tips for spotting the real thing in Antique Cast Iron Boston Terrier Doorstops are smooth cast iron, not bumpy or rough, air-brushed overlap where the colors meet, typically, but not always, gray eyes and red tongue, and flat head screw either in the centerof the side of the dog or two flathead screws with one in the side of the neck and one in the flank. Screw heads were typically filled and painted over, but you can usually see an outline.
Old Cast Iron typically does not have red rust that rubs off when touched. Red dusty rust is an indicator of new metal. Most unpainted old cast iron is smooth, very dark and rust-free unless it has been stored in very moist conditions like a basement. If there is exposed cast iron, it should be almost black and very smooth to the touch. Newer metal will be rough and have red rust. I use an odd method for comparing old to new. If you have a good sense of smell, old cast iron will have an earthy, mushroom-like smell that new metal won’t have, especially when wet. That is true of all cast iron doorstops.
Originals are heavy, weighing in at 5-8 pounds each and there are three sizes. The smaller bank-size that was also used as a cigar lighter that is about 5-inches long, the mid-size that is about 8-inches long and the largest Boston Terriers that measure almost 10 inches long and tall. You’ll spot a modern reproduction by its rough metal and rough edges, seams that are not a tight fit, hand-painted look with bright colors and typically a phillips-head screw holding the dog together. If it looks new, it probably is new. Best rule for buying doorstops is know were you are buying it from or from who you are buying it from and always ask about the dog’s history. A tip for purchasing antique cast iron doorstops is to give the metal a smell it should have a mushroom like smell if the cast iron door stop or cast iron piece is old or antique.Also the rust on the bottom of the cast iron figure or doorstop should not rub off on your hands that is a tell tale sign the piece is a little newer of metal …hope this guide has helped you please subscribe to my youtube channel or like the video!!! thanks chris