Has to be a Graydog special. Just beautiful, David.To pick just one is difficult, but I'll play along. I won't be picking any of my high-end brushes, Paladin, SV, M&F. I'll go with a brush that has much more personal meaning. It was hand-turned by an artist that frequents this forum. He used black walnut from a hundred-year-old schoolhouse. That's where the significance is. I sold my advertising agency 15 years ago to go into special education. So having a brush from a schoolhouse was the perfect brush for me. And to top it off, a beautiful Maggards 26mm SHD knot provides a plush lathering experience every time I use it. Here is my favorite brush:
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Having one of Bob's handles is definitely on my radar.I should have known better than to read a thread like this - I have the feeling money is going to be spent after reading about all these brushes. The jury is still out for me as I immensely expanded my number of brushes immediately after joining B&B, and therefore have several natural hair contenders that are not fully broken in yet.
That being said, the leading contender would be my Elite Razor Quilted Sapele with 24mm Mother Load. This has a small handle, but it feels good in the hand. The brush holds a ton of water and soap; it just seems to go and go and go: