Six original vintage wigs with Max Factor labels. Originally made in London …… Read More ~ vintage powdered wigs – Max Factor ~
Oscar winning actor Charles Laughton’s barrister wig worn in the Alfred Hitchcock film where he plays Judge Lord Thomas Horfield.… Read More ~ Charles Laughton’s barrister wig worn in The Paradine Case (1947) ~
2 lawyers are these sisters Hatticus Finch & Fatticus Inch. Both forensic utterers, barristers practicing in criminal …… Read More ~ this pair of forensic utterers, Aussie barristers, are sisters: Hatticus Finch & Fatticus Inch ~
Those wig thingies again!… Read More As seen on Instagram
In the kitchen at home. When you’re late and in a rush and grabbing a cup of coffee on the run, the vintage scale with weights and copper plates makes a good wig-stand for the powdered wig – at least temporarily. . . . . of course, things have been modified now and the wigs are… Read More Go Powder Me Puff . . . . Um, I Mean Puff Me Wig!
Love the rich and simple naivety inherent in these fun artworks and caricatures by Michel Sauve of Canada. Picked out a few legal/justice themed pieces reflecting the two themes: law and hockey. The Catch Michel Sauve: A caricaturist or a naive painter, this is a question often answered. Michel Sauvé leaves no one indifferent. His art is sometimes… Read More ~ lawya art: peintre michel sauvé ~
At first blush one might think it was a flock of sheep but, no, just the gathering of 2015 Silks or Queens Counsel (QC) in full bottomed wigs at the Silk Ceremony. The judicious full-bottomed powdered wig perfectly suited to a woolly sheep judge. Chuckled when my Australian friend, Cindy, who lives in Minnesota, USA, judiciously observed… Read More Barristerial sheep, woolly judges in powdered wigs!