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St. James of London Synthetic brush

Any idea who makes this brush for SJOL? If I had to guess, I'd say it was Muhle. Is it a good buy?
Synthetic Brush - Synthetic Brushes - Shave Brushes - Hardware - St. James of London

I was thinking of getting one for my dad. The last one I got him was the Plisson Synthetic. Unfortunately, they don't make that same knot anymore and what they make now is quite pricey.

The advantage with the SJOL is he'd get a bunch of samples too.
 
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Any idea who makes this brush for SJOL? If I had to guess, I'd say it was Muhle. Is it a good buy?
Synthetic Brush - Synthetic Brushes - Shave Brushes - Hardware - St. James of London

I was thinking of getting one for my dad. The last one I got him was the Plisson Synthetic. Unfortunately, they don't make that same knot anymore and what they make now is quite pricey.

The advantage with the SJOL is he'd get a bunch of samples too.
It does look like the Muhle STF. But, if you talk about Plisson as in plissoft knots, the market is full of them now (Yaqi, Razorock, APShave, Maggard). They are the plissoft knot with gluebump that gives it more backbone. And they are cheap.
 
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