Discussion in 'The Brush' started by Enrico, Mar 27, 2017.
BTW I'll let you know if I have an extra in one of my boxes of brushes.
A little more butterscotch to be restored ..........
A Simpson 59
A Kent KS5
An Opal 47
After a bit of work ............
Simpson 59 with a 24mm 2 banded badger set at 54mm ..... maybe a little high, but it looks good.
Kent KS5 set with a 20mm 2 banded badger set at 48mm looking nice.
Opal 47 set with a 20mm 2 banded badger set at 48mm looking great!
Rooney set with a 20mm 2 banded badger set at 48mm, very nice!
And as always ......... more to come.
Love it! Esp no.2
Keep up the good work!
the dark one's nice looking
That opal is awesome
very cool Keith..nice work.
You do beautiful work, my friend!
Doesn't he, though!
Thank you! I may have another one.
Thank you for you kindness; I started the four after dinner and finished them before bed while watching 'The Muppet Christmas Carol. I've got a very patient wife and son.
A sad hefty Simpson Chubby 3 in need of restoring ....
After easily removing the knot and cleaning it out I stabilized the cracks and set the loft height at 54mm of the Super High Density 28mm Maggard's knot.
An extremely solid, beautiful, caramel Simpson Chubby #3 ..... quite the beast!
And as always ...... more to come.
Man thats gorgeous!
Gentlemen, thank you for your kindness!
Okay, I have a really dumb question you've probably answered 8,409 times already: where do you find all these old brushes to restore???
Next time warn a guy so he has some time grab a napkin!
I'm droolin', here!!
Gavin, I get them all over, but commonly on ebay and trading other shavers for services. If there's something in particular you're looking for, just PM me and I may have it in my many boxes.
Steve, you just need to wear a drooly bib when you click on my post, just in case.
I'll need to get three:
1) to keep beside my home office desk
B) to keep beside my work office desk
III) to keep in my pocket for when I'm on my cell phone!
You'll be prepared like a Boy Scout.
Wow! That is beautiful!
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