Couple new restores.

Discussion in 'The Brush' started by rodd, Oct 22, 2011.

  1. tomnat

    tomnat accepting applications

    Great job, Rodd. They look fantastic. Especially that butterscotch one. Beautiful.
     
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  2. ThePossum

    ThePossum Member

    Rodd,

    Not much for the butterscotch handles. But this one is different. Its like the "cat's meow". Great looking and I know from experience that the TGN knot and your master craftsmanship in doing the re-knot make this a brush that I would love to own.

    I am still getting great shaves using the 3 brushes you re-knotted for me. Thanks for showing these two to us.
     
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  3. IAmTheJody

    IAmTheJody Gillette-i Master

    Love that butterscotch handle. A beautiful brush. Well done Rodd!
     
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  4. 2005xfr

    2005xfr Active Member

    :signs107:

    Maybe I will give it a try.
    How hard can it be... right?
     
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  5. 2005xfr

    2005xfr Active Member

    Oh.... and the butterscotch looks mighty tasty! :happy088:
     
  6. IAmTheJody

    IAmTheJody Gillette-i Master

    It's the measuring that gets me. Horrible in school at all things math beyond adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing, and no technical skills or know how at all, I haven't a clue how to measure and know what I'm doing. I can't even figure out how to read this caliper tool I bought for measuring. I had 3 handles just sitting here for a year and finally I begged Jeff to reknot 'em for me. Even gave him the Dremel accessory kit I bought that's just been sitting here a year. :happy097:
     
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  7. scott wein

    scott wein Well-Known Member

    great job Rodd. Heirloom work. Really nicely done. I wish I had those skills.
     

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