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Discussion in 'Shaving Brushes' started by Boar Fighter, May 17, 2019.
1) Not eternal.
2) Does it float on water?
3) The handle doesn't have exquisite ergonomics.
i know this is in jest, but i friggin cant stop smiling. its awesome.
Original thread: If you want a rich and stable lather
So now I'm a low cultured peasant!! Still doesn't change the fact that the handles are ugly, imo.... It is what it is and that is that its still a $25 knot set into an ugly piece of wood and then overpriced!!
I actually love the look of these handles. They do look very ergonomic to me.
Perhaps this type of thing will be my next brush making adventure.....hmmmm.
I apologize for the offense. I was joking, assuming you had read all the posts. See post #4 and you will realize that i am also like you.
Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder and the true connoisseur like you, wouldn't miss such an opportunity! Wait! What do you mean brush making? It's already made! You can buy them already!
Don't forget! If you try to make such a brush, you won't have access to the eternal knot with maximum density. You are sure to fail to reproduce the exquisite ergonomics of this master crafted handle. Remember, NOTHING was left to chance!
No, the only way is for us to collectively empty our bank accounts and immediately acquire this masterpiece while the artisans who birthed it from the stars are still but neonates in their fame. When the world learns of this, demand is sure to rise to unsupplyable levels, and thus price will increase exponentially until only the truly rich will be able to afford such quality and luxury.
Do I need to buy a humidor to store the brush?
Sir, i can't understand why people are willing to pay EUR 300 for a Chubby 3, but not for a brush that 1) is eternal, 2) Is unique in the world, 3) It floats on water, 4) has supreme ergonomics and italian design.
I was expecting the American members of the forum to be all over this! The one who likes it, wants to make it on his own!
No sir! Impermeable to water and unsinkable, remember? No storage need! You can leave it out in the rain as a garden sculpture if you wish!
I meant should I buy a humidor to keep it constantly in humid environment as recognition of it's eternalness.
Oh, being an unappreciative ignorant,i haven't thought of that. A sort of tribute to this work of art. Yes! You could also offer the humidor to guests, asking "cigar or brush" and enjoying the look on their face! So many uses for a mere EUR 350!
And have the humidor on velvet, marble and gilded mahogany rotating podium. Like they display Faberge eggs at the Hermitage museum.