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5 Favorites: Display-Worthy, Artisan-Made Dustpan and Brush Sets

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5 Favorites: Display-Worthy, Artisan-Made Dustpan and Brush Sets

May 18, 2017

Too pretty to keep in the broom closet: a new crop of artisan-made dustpan and brush sets add a dash of style to the daily cleaning ritual. Here are five favorites.

Made of brass and horsehair, the Sweep Dustpan and Brush by Gentner Design comes with a magnetic brass wall peg; $5 from Horne.
Above: Made of brass and horsehair, the Sweep Dustpan and Brush by Gentner Design comes with a magnetic brass wall peg; $185 from Horne.
The handmade Geoffrey Fisher Dustpan and Brush is &#8
Above: The handmade Geoffrey Fisher Dustpan and Brush is “the antithesis of the manufactured dustpan and brush and makes an undelightful job a rather enjoyable experience”; £55 ($71.65) from the New Craftsman.
Designed by Chris Specce, the steel and beech Richman Dustpan is &#8
Above: Designed by Chris Specce, the steel and beech Richman Dustpan is “a reinterpretation of the iconic pressed metal workshop dustpan” and is available in pink, black, or blue from Super Good Thing.
Remodelista SF Market alum Hannah Quinn designed the Dustpan Block Set as part of her  thesis project at Cal Arts,; $data-src=
Above: Remodelista SF Market alum Hannah Quinn designed the Dustpan Block Set as part of her 2014 thesis project at Cal Arts,; $112 from Hannah Beatrice Quinn.
The maple and leather Belmont Dustpan is handmade in Philadelphia by Lostine; $84 from Food5
Above: The maple and leather Belmont Dustpan is handmade in Philadelphia by Lostine; $84 from Food52.
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