#1

Member
Chicago
Brad has been making brushes for quite a while now and I feel is deserving of a thread commending the work that he does. Over the last 2 years, Brads designs and unique elegant combinations of resins has elevated his brushes to a unique level to where you know without looking at the logo that is a Brad Sears brush.

The brush to the right is a BS Knight 28 in Coral with a single Amber ring with the select 1804A2F knot, this brush has moderate backbone with the softest of tips. To the left is a 151 28 with the same 1804A2F knot, this brush has medium backbone with the softest of tips. I could not be any more pleased.

Now, this is a hard decision, which one do I want to buy?
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Photo:  Vivian Maier

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Steven
#2

Member
Gilbert, AZ, USA
Those Brushes are both lookers, and I love the Fan Knots as well! I have Six M&F Brushes that Brad has made under the M&F/Brad Sears Collaboration, but I don’t own any of Brad’s own Brushes so I won’t post pics. It looks like that will have to change in the near future! I saw a few pics of Brad’s “200” Series Barbershop Style Brushes and they look Outstanding. I would love a 26mm or 28mm Fan Knot with Ebony over Antique Ivory Handle. Excited to see some more pictures of his work in this thread!
Hunter
#3
Beautiful brushes. And I agree Brads brushes are excellent in every way.
#4

Vintage Razor Fan
Southwestern NY
Those are great looking brushes!

Unfortunately, I have to say, "You need BOTH!" Wink

I don't own any of Brad's brushes yet, but hope to remedy that problem in the future. There's outstanding craftsmanship available from BSSW!
-Rob
#5

Merchant
Nashville, TN
I came veeeerrrrrryyyyy close to getting one like the blue and orange on the left. So, that would be my choice.


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