A spinning barber pole of white with red and blue stripes on it, the symbol of the barbershop, easily recognisable and found outside many barbershops the world over. The spinning pole is eye catching and shows that the barbershop is open for business but have you ever stopped to wonder how this ‘barber pole’ came to be and what exactly is it’s symbolism? The origins of the barbershop pole stem back to a time that is now ancient history. So, you should be forgiven if you are way off in your assumptions about the pole, it’s colors or what it actually symbolises. Most commonly barber pole are comprised of three colors, (white, blue and red) each of which has a deep meaning.
The barber pole LED light is the sign of the barber shop, the hair salon rotating red, white and blue shop brand, it has a charming red, white and blue romantic rotating hair salon lamp. Red is symbolic of the blood itself and blue of the veins. In much of Europe the barber pole is typically only red and white while across America and here in Australia it is usually red, white and blue. It adopts dreamlike design, attractive light, fashionable appearance and revolving style. Using high quality PU tube and stainless steel, its lamp is sturdy and durable and can be used for a long time. Installation is very easy. Barber pole LED lightadopts stainless steel wall mount base and high-quality ABS material, which is durable and has a long life.
Barbers would place the barber pole outside their barbershop, to let customers know they were open for business. Many modern barber pole have a blue stripe, which some historical sources cite as a tribute to the colours of the America flag. It was first suggested the barber pole for outside display be blue and white, striped but soon the red was added paying homage to the profession’s bloodletting past. In Europe, the blue stripe was meant to differentiate barbers from doctors, as the two professions gradually began to grow apart. Men’s hairstyling has come a long way since the Middle Ages, but the barber pole still perseveres an iconic representation of the trade.