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    My second attempt at a shaving brush.

    Ok, had a couple hours this morning, so I figured what the heck!
    Here is the fruit of my folly.

    TGN Silvertip 24 mm knot

    Vintage piece of Honeyroll Buffalo Horn

    Mokume butt cap, with center mosaic pin.

    If this keeps up, I might have to invest in a lathe!

    I gave it a 2 minute soak in warm water, and it bloomed to more than double its original diameter. it is near 70 mm wide at the moment.

    Thanks for looking, let me know if you see any thing I need to change.

    Pierre






    Feel free to visit my website, http://www.rodrigueknives.com
    Email pierre@rodrigueknives.com

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    Pierre,

    That's an awesome looking brush... How do I add one of these to my boxes?

    -Chuck

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    Looking good, really like the bambooish shape one the handle and the mokume adds a nice bit of class.

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    Nice work! I can only wonder what they would look like if you had a lathe.

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    It's ok if you like shaving brushes....
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    Take a look around at: www.sharpandshinyshop.com

    Email me at: tmclean@sharpandshinyshop.com

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    Very nice Glad I have not been bitten with SBAD

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    Very nice Pierre!
    Huw
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    How in the heck did you do it without a lathe? Great looking brush.

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    Lovely! I like your straight razors a lot, too. Man, it's craftsmanship turning into art.

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    Great brush...but i do see one things that needs to change...it needs ti change from your possesion to mine fantastic!! I have been wanting to make me a brush, and if i ever do...it will be similar to this!!!!

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