First attempt at vintage brush restoration.

Discussion in 'Brush Making and Restorations' started by L.A. Jones, Feb 17, 2019.

  1. L.A. Jones

    L.A. Jones Contributor Ambassador

    It still needs to be polished but otherwise turned out nice. And before you even ask… I am pretty busy and not able to offer up brush restoration services at this time.

  2. It's Hedley

    It's Hedley Contributor

    It's got beautiful patina!
  3. malocchio

    malocchio Contributor

    That handle could house a nice horse hair knot....
  4. From reading the title, I thought other forums might be better. Upon opening, decided that, no, I was mistaken on which forum it would be better placed. :)

    That handle is worthy of restoring though.
  5. @L.A. Jones
    Why is all that tape on the handle? Is it broken? It looks a little cockeyed in the pic...
  6. L.A. Jones

    L.A. Jones Contributor Ambassador

    I am afraid it is completely shattered. It arrived with a huge crack and when I started working an assessment it quickly crossed over that bridge for brushes that is next to the rainbow bridge for pets.

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