Maybe this will never be opened
These brushes are said to be from ArtSkills, Easton, PA 18042. ArtSkills would seem to be in some way an offshoot of Binney & Smith, the Crayola people, one would think, although Binney & Smith, now owned by Hallmark, appears to make no mention of ArtSkills. The contents of the artfully folded pasteboard box and custom-formed vacuum-molded clear plastic display are described as 3 premium paint brushes, 2 sponge brushes, and 1 stencil sponge. The latter is a round form, great for dabbing a perfect circle to dot the letter "i" if for nothing else. The handles appear to be wooden. The ferrules of the paint brushes are individualized: the one-inch brush has a row of raised impressions of slash-marks; the 3/4-inch brush has a row of backslashes; the half-inch brush has three stacked raised horizontal bands. The bristles of the paint brushes are dyed to match their handles; the sponge-headed items have contrasting heads and handles. The on-line display of this package shows flat paint brushes in the same colors, but foam brushes in different color combinations. At Albertsons yesterday there were at least two variations from the package that came home. The UPC portion of the package bears the legend "Made in China."