George III gold and agate lion cameo mounted oval box, c.1810 , the cover inset with an oblong cornelian carved with a lion walking toward the right, chased and engaved foliate scroll border on a matt ground, the sides and base with similar borders, base with concentric engine turned panel, continuous wavy line panel sides
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1769 American (Pennsylvania) Shaving dish at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - This shaving dish has a German inscription on it, which translates to "Shave me beautiful and fine that I will please the beloved one of mine." This is proof in an artifact, in my opinion, that it was desirable for a man to be clean-shaven in the 18th century.