Vintage mid-century Pears Soap Advertising Mirror, Victorian wall art, bathroom collectibles, home decor, baby bath
An Appealing Vintage mid-century Pears Soap Advertising mirror featuring an antique Victorian baby bath scene with intricate detail and stand-out fonts.
Set in a traditional wooden frame. It is beautifully made and has an aged patina.
Circa mid-20th century
Pears Glycerin soap is a British brand of soap first produced and sold in 1807 by Andrew Pears, at a factory just off Oxford Street in London. It was the world's first mass-market translucent soap. Under the stewardship of advertising pioneer Thomas J. Barratt, A. & F. Pears initiated a number of innovations in sales and marketing. English actress and socialite Lillie Langtry was recruited to become the poster-girl for Pears in 1882, and in doing so she became the first celebrity to endorse a commercial product.