brush photo thread?

Discussion in 'Shaving Brushes' started by KarlMaldensNose, May 21, 2012.

  1. Like a lot of you, I lurv me some great pics of brushes, especially in bloom and also with mounds of dense, shiney lather cascading down them. Is there a thread out there anywhere that is dedicated to such eye candy?
     
  2. No idea, but I can help, I will post a pic of Black Beauty hear in a minute.
     
  3. Sweet. Looking forward to it!
     
  4. Well, nevermind. Camera's dead.
     
  5. beginish

    beginish Moderator

    :lol:

    Post of the day!
     
  6. Here's my trio of GF Trumper Chubbys. These are Somerset era Simpson rebrands. After a month or so I decided to use two of them, but the chubby 3 is still dry.



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  7. And now you're dead, to me, that is.:wink2:
     
  8. Cell phone pic. It will do for now.

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  9. jtb

    jtb

    Here's one of my favorite brushes.

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  10. Loving the "money shot" Jacob
     
  11. Thanks. That brush is the best 17 bucks I ever spent.
     
  12. Here's my main line up: Germans on the right and Brits to the left. And of course the Portuguese in the middle!



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  13. My Brushes:
     

    Attached Files:

  14. Here are: Th├Ąter 30mm, Morris & Forndran 25mm, New Forest 19mm, Vulfix 20mm, Shavemac 28mm.

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    Last edited: May 21, 2012
  15. Unknown "Pure-Blaireau" with a new knot (20 Euro) from Bock Pinsel - a very small German brush maker company.

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  16. A Shavemac next to a Simpsons Chubby I and an Urn from Morris & Forndran (28mm)

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  17. A Shavemac secured by two Rooney Victorian Heritage

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