03-17-2019, 12:41 PM
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(03-17-2019, 11:50 AM)BSWoodturning Wrote:
(03-17-2019, 04:25 AM)Puma Wrote:
(03-06-2019, 12:26 PM)BSWoodturning Wrote: Gentlemen,


For your consideration:  While filling our most recent order for Ebonite brushes, we decided to make some extra to share in The ReadyMade Collection.  They include the last of our Fiesta and Black Honey Ebonite.  Check them out on this page.  




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By popular request, we now imprint our logo on the bases of our BSSW Ebonite brushes to allow the unique qualities of this wonderful material to show forth unhindered.

Enjoy!

There are usually pluses and minuses with decisions. The drawback to this one being that you are hiding what is one of the nicest logos you will ever see on any product.

Wow!  Thank you.  We do our best to make everyone happy; so if anyone has an interest, we can always re-buff the bottom and imprint the ferrule.  Smile

Do you think you could do the opposite and re-buff the ferrule and imprint the logo on the bottom of one of the chalice brushes I have? I do like the idea of showing the uniqueness of the ebonite pattern in the entirety of the brush.

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 03-17-2019, 01:54 PM
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(03-17-2019, 12:41 PM)nonfactor Wrote:
(03-17-2019, 11:50 AM)BSWoodturning Wrote:
(03-17-2019, 04:25 AM)Puma Wrote: There are usually pluses and minuses with decisions. The drawback to this one being that you are hiding what is one of the nicest logos you will ever see on any product.

Wow!  Thank you.  We do our best to make everyone happy; so if anyone has an interest, we can always re-buff the bottom and imprint the ferrule.  Smile

Do you think you could do the opposite and re-buff the ferrule and imprint the logo on the bottom of one of the chalice brushes I have? I do like the idea of showing the uniqueness of the ebonite pattern in the entirety of the brush.

The only way I can imprint the base of an existing brush is to drill out the knot in order to set the handle on the imprinting machine.  What I can do, without incurring the costs of replacing the knot, is buff off the provenance (the "made in..." imprint on the reverse side.)  Please send an email or PM to discuss details off-line, if that's something you'd like to pursue.

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