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Interview with Bruno from Vintage Scent Part 2
Posted by: Dave - 11-07-2012 03:01 AM - Replies (14)
This is the thirteenth interview in a series with the artists, authors, craftsmen, and vendors who make wet shaving great. Todays interview is with Bruno from Vintage Scent

Today’s Nook Interview is with Bruno, the owner and operator of VintageScent.com. This is actually my second interview with Bruno. In the first interview,we covered mainly shaving brushes, while this interview will focus largely on straight razor shaving and ..... More
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Interview with Christian Müller, General Manager of Mühle
Posted by: Codfish - 10-22-2012 09:22 AM - Replies (28)
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Christian Müller

When I took up wet shaving seriously several years ago, I was astonished at the number of razors, blades, soaps/creams and brushes that were available. I spent weeks reading and learning about them before making any purchases. My research into brushes was the most confusing for me. I knew nothing about brush knots or lofts, or whether badge..... More
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Interview with Julie Moore from Dirty Bird Pottery
Posted by: Dave - 09-16-2012 07:31 AM - Replies (22)
This is the 12th interview in a series with the artists, authors, and vendors who make wet shaving great.
Today’s interview is with Julie Moore from Dirty Bird Pottery whom I consider to be one of the most talented artists the world over. Julie crafts each Dirty Bird Scuttle also known as the  DB by hand as well as countless other shaving pottery.  The Dirty Bird 1.0 just wasn’t enough for some folks, so she crafted what’s..... More
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