Discussion in 'The Brush' started by Jayaruh, Oct 25, 2016.
Good work Jim.
And it just arrived! Even more beautiful in person!
6:22pm EDT - pictures tomorrow.
...and just changed my JROC sig.
#428 next to #334 and #333 (my pictures are never as good as Jim's!)
Now I’m wondering why I never bought/commissioned one of his brushes. It’s a mystery.
It's not too late.
Happy Birthday Jim!
Thank you. It was.
#430 is me. It’s gorgeous. Thanks Jim!
Welcome @MoAllen to The Jayaruh Owners Club. JR#393 is on its way to his den.
Lovely contrasting colours
That is a beautiful brush! I am delighted to win it in the raffle. BTW, I am already a member of the club - JR 76 is in my den.
Hey, which raffle? My kind of raffle
I'm embarassed-I have his #59, but clearly so many have been done since I got it.
Another beauty. This one is very elegant. My 347 has turned out to be a fabulous boar brush. I didn't do anything other than using it to break it in and it really only took about 10 shaves to form a nice splay and split ends.
I corrected that. My record keeping must have a few holes.
My new brush came yesterday and I used it this morning.
@Jayaruh what kind of wood did you make this handle from? It has distinctive wood grain and a very dark color. Very nice!
Here is my Jayrah brush that is made of Bolivian Rosewood and I believe your handle is made out of the same material. However, I may be wrong.
Welcome @Islamorada56 to Jayaruh Brush Owners Club. He has adopted Jayaruh #369.
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