Discussion in 'Brush Making and Restorations' started by romsitsa, Jun 11, 2019.


    Molla brushes (aluminum ferule, wooden handle) pop up quite often in Hungary, but this bakelite version is the first I saw, so grabbed it asap. It has a storage compartment, I guess to hold a small alum block, “cute” feature.
    The knot came from a pn old NOS Czech Triumph brush, it’s held in place with CA so I can remove it if a better/more suitable knot appears.
    The inscription is “protected by law”, couldn’t find the number in the patent database so I think the brand name was registered.

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  1. Interesting. That the first bakelite brush I've seen and the first I've seen with a compartment In it. Thanks for sharing.
  2. Interesting and unique brush. Nice find.
  3. ajkel64

    ajkel64 Ambassador

    Thanks for sharing your brush. Never seen one before.

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