A barber's pole is a type of sign used by barbers to signify the place or shop
where they perform .... However, today's barber poles represent little more than
being a barber shop that cuts ...
Jun 25, 2014 ... The barber pole's colors are a legacy of a (thankfully) long-gone era when ... of
the day considered necessary but too menial to do themselves–to their ... The
pole itself is said to symbolize the stick that a patient squeezed to ...
Jul 3, 2013 ... Today, red, white and blue barber poles are often found in the United States,
although this may have more to do with the colours of the nation's flag ... The
pole's red and white stripes represent the bloodied bandages, which ...
What barbershop pole color meaning has to do with bandages, bloodletting, wind
& the American flag tells of the history of the profession of being a barber.
Most early physicians disdained surgery and the barbers did surgey of ... of these
barber pole colours is that red represents arterial blood, blue is symbolic of ...
Sep 2, 2010 ... Most of us would recognize the red, white & blue striped spinning barber shop
pole, but do you know what those three colors represent?
Mar 25, 2010 ... Does it represent anything, or is it just a flashy pole that some early ... The striped
poles you sometimes see outside barber shops are a legacy ...
A pole with red, white and blue stripes. Traditionally used by barbers out the front
of their place of work. May be used in parts of Asia to denote a brothel.
The red in the barber pole symbolized the blood, blue symbolized the dark ... the
red arterial blood appear as if it were flowing downwards as it does in the body.
Feb 20, 2013 ... But the barber's pole hasn't always symbolized a shave and haircut; it has a ...
though the trauma of losing that much blood can't have helped).