04-23-2018, 11:57 AM
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I recently started casting my own resins for brush handles and have just listed a number of new brushes that are the result.  It is an evolutionary process, but I'm pretty pleased with the first batch.  Shown below are the new additions to http://www.eliterazor.comand all can accommodate either a 24 or 26mm knot .


Black, Brown and Gold
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Blue over Blue
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Blue and Red
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Brown and Copper
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Blue and Copper
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Green, Silver and White
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As always, thanks for looking.

Bob

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 04-27-2018, 10:25 AM
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New additions at http://www.eliterazor.com

Butterscotch
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Brown and Gold
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Blue and White
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Crimson and Gold
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Blue and Silver
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As always, thanks for looking.

Bob

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 05-06-2018, 09:40 AM
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Just listed on my site at http://www.eliterazor.com are quite a few new brushes.  Shown below are just a few of the new addition.


White and Green
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Blue and Red
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Red, White and Blue
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Blue and Green
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Maple Burl with Gold Resin
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As always, thanks for looking.

Bob

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 05-09-2018, 01:44 PM
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A couple of new brushes that have just been listed at http://www.eliterazor.com.


Blue/Red and Gold resin (24 - 26mm)
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Malachite (24 - 26mm)
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Crimson Pearl with a semi-transparent base (26mm)
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Also, shown below are 2 brushes I just completed for a custom order

Koa with Black Resin accents
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Maple Burl with Black Resin accents
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As always, thanks for looking.

Bob

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 05-09-2018, 02:19 PM
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(05-09-2018, 01:44 PM)Eskimo Wrote: A couple of new brushes that have just been listed at http://www.eliterazor.com.


Blue/Red and Gold resin (24 - 26mm)
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Malachite (24 - 26mm)
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Crimson Pearl with a semi-transparent base (26mm)
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Also, shown below are 2 brushes I just completed for a custom order

Koa with Black Resin accents
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Maple Burl with Black Resin accents
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As always, thanks for looking.

Bob
Beautiful wood and design

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 05-12-2018, 04:26 AM
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I completed a few more brushes last night and they are now listed and available on my site at http://www.eliterazor.com.


Blue on Blue Resin - (24 - 26mm)
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Blue and Silver Resin (24 - 26mm)
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Green and White Resin - (24 - 26mm)
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Blue and Red Resin - (24 - 26mm)
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As always, thanks for looking.

Bob

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 05-18-2018, 11:51 AM
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After spending some time in the resin world, I had the chance to get back to a couple of exceptional pieces of wood that resulted in the two brushes shown below.  They have just been listed and are available on my site at http://www.eliterazor.com


Teak Burl (24 - 26mm)  I don't get really well figured Teak very often and this piece has wonderful figure throughout.
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Black Locust Burl (24 - 26mm)  
Black Locust burl grows in the Southeastern United States.  Black Locust is a major honey plant in the eastern US, and has been planted in European countries. In many European countries, it is the source of the renowned Acacia honey.  The wood is extremely hard, being one of the hardest woods in Northern America. It is very resistant to rot, and durable, making it prized for furniture, flooring, paneling, fence posts, and small watercraft. Black locust is highly valued as firewood for wood-burning stoves; it burns slowly, with little visible flame or smoke, and has a higher heat content than any other species that grows widely in the Eastern United States, comparable to the heat content of coal.
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As always, thanks for looking.

Bob

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 5 hours ago
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I just finished up a couple of really nice brushes and have just listed them on my site at http://www.eliterazor.com.


Tourmaline Laced Quartz set - (24 - 26mm)

This is a "build your own" type of set.  The brush handle is shown with a 24mm Standard Finest knot for presentation purposes. It may be adjusted to accept a 26mm knot.  The razor handle is shown fit to a Merkur 38C.

This matched set features a handcrafted razor handle, brush handle and stand by Robert Quinn. All pieces are from the same block of Tourmaline Laced Quartz, which may be found in mountainous areas throughout the United States, but predominately in the northern Sierra Nevada area.   Quartz is the second most abundant mineral in the Earth’s crust, after Feldspar.  Quartz can appear in many colors from bright purple to milky white to absolutely clear.  Roman naturalist Pliny the Elder, believed Quartz to be water ice, permanently frozen after great lengths of time. (The word “crystal” comes from the Greek word for purity.)  He supported this idea by saying that Quartz is found near glaciers in the Alps, but not on volcanic mountains.

This set will be delivered with the finished razor of your choice, either a Merkur 34C, Merkur 38C, Mach 3, Fusion or a 3-piece razor with a Merkur, Edwin Jagger or Muhle head.

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Blue Lapis (24 - 26mm)
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Malachite (24 - 26mm)
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Amboyna Burl (24 - 26mm)  This is an outstanding piece of Gallery Grade Plus wood.
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As always, thanks for looking.

Bob

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