|Rosewood, horn and ebony powder carrot, English|
Each carrot would be airtight with a little opening used to put new powder in it. Also, most of the bellows would have a rather narrow opening which lessened the risk of having to remove powder from one's ears for months..
|Polished wood and brown leather,|
Here is the powder carrot that belonged to none other than the English George III who himself was very fond of the French fashion of tall, powdered wigs.