Lets see them brushes.......

Discussion in 'The Brush' started by Padron, Mar 2, 2008.

  1. Padron

    Padron Active Member

    Here's my current lineup....

    Current favorites:

    Shavemac 2007 Custom forum brush ( 2nd on left )
    Simpson T2 ( Center brush )

    From Left : Savile Row 3228, Shavemac 2007 Custom, 25mm Shavemac, 23mm Shavemac, Simpson Emperor 2, Simpson Tulip 2, Simpson Chubby 1 Super,
    Plisson #10 HMW, Rooney 1/1 Super, Rooney 3/1 Finest

    Here's my new additions, need to take a new group shot :o


    From Left:
    Rooney Heritage Stubby 2
    Rooney 3/1 in Super
    Kimson / Shavemac 22mm knot - 50mm Pure loft with Genuine Horn
    Kimson / Shavemac 23mm knot - 50mm Silvertip loft Genuine Horn

    Let's see your lineups :cool:
  2. Little Soldiers

    Aw--how cute! They are like a row of toy soldiers.

  3. TorzJohnson

    TorzJohnson Member

    Alright, now that the ball is rollin' again... great idea for a thread btw...

    L to R: Rooney style 3 small, Simpson Tulip 3, Rooney style 1 medium, Shavemac 429.

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  4. Michael

    Michael Duke of Kent

    Ok, I'll play. Here are some of mine...

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  5. Sejanus

    Sejanus New Member

    I feel inadequate.. I have two brushes. :o
  6. Padron

    Padron Active Member

    Great collections guys!!

    No worries Ken :) As the thread is titled... Lets see em :D
  7. Sailinblues

    Sailinblues Well-Known Member

    Here's a couple

  8. Padron

    Padron Active Member

    Wow Chris!!

    I love your collection :drool :drool
  9. Sailinblues

    Sailinblues Well-Known Member

    Back at ya. That's an awful nice herd of Badgers you've got there ;)
  10. xChris

    xChris Member

    Here's the photos that I put in my "Show and Tell" thread from nearly a year ago:






    I have a few more brushes added since then -- 2007 Forums Brush, VLB II, and a vintage Eveready that was gifted to me.
  11. Padron

    Padron Active Member

    Outstanding Chris! Thanks for sharing your collection with us :D

    Keep those photos coming :drool :drool
  12. Padron

    Padron Active Member

    I really like Jim's T3 and Chris's Emillion, not to mention Chris's SMF brushes and the VLB, and that black Sabini is sweet :D
  13. drP

    drP Shaving Brush Stockpiler

    I will NOT post in this thread, definitely NOT...it would be overkill....:D
  14. rick

    rick I'll make ya SCream!

    Howz about 1 row at a time ??

  15. bjrn

    bjrn New Member

    Or just one brush a day... :D

    Here's my collection, points for anyone who can detect a pattern:
    From left to right: Ever Ready nylon brush, Culmak nylon, Omega Sintex, Vulfix VS/1N, The Body Shop brush, Muhle 33K257 Synthetic, Rooney Synthetic, Omega 346235 Synthetic, Taylor of Old Bond Street B16 (synthetic), Men-U Premier, Wilkinson Sword pure badger.
  16. SSLSTudio...

    SSLSTudio... Forum Debugger

    I was so hoping we would get to see your lines... :happy102
  17. Padron

    Padron Active Member

    Please Peter :) it would be the highlight of the thread ;)

    Great collection Bjorn! :cool:
  18. rick

    rick I'll make ya SCream!

    Superior 20mm Super BeeHive / Kent BLK2 / Crabtree and Evelyn Lather Hog / Kent BK4 / Rooney Super 3/1 in Horn / Simpson Super Chubby1



  19. Scorpio

    Scorpio Big Hitter

    These are mine...well except one...

    but I have a new addition that will arrive later today


    left to right:
    AOS travel brush in Best
    AOS Best
    Shavemac 944 in Best
    Savile Row 208 in Super
    Chubby 2...held hostage in place of my Simpson Commodore X3 not pictured
    Shavemaster V100
    new addition Vulfix 660 in Super...will add picture later today
  20. Scorpio

    Scorpio Big Hitter

    Latest addition

    Vulfix 660 in Super. Very nice distinctive 3 band hair. It did well with soaps and feels like it will be very good with creams. If it had a little more backbone it would be great with soaps. Either way the brush performed extremely well. Sorry for the pic my little camera is not good with close ups.



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