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Trotter Handcrafts
Bellingham, Washington USA
(This post was last modified: 06-14-2023, 07:32 PM by Stubble Daddy.)
This thread will be used for posting pictures of the latest brushes made.

You can typically find them here on my Instagram page: TrotterHandcrafts

Thanks!

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#2

Member
Idaho Falls, Idaho
Love the shape and matte finish.

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#3

Trotter Handcrafts
Bellingham, Washington USA
(This post was last modified: 07-15-2021, 09:11 PM by Stubble Daddy.)
“Talos” was just posted in the Trotter Handcrafts Etsy Store.

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#4

Scentsless Shaver
Oakland, ME
I really like the wisps that you see in the darker part of the handle. That is really there, isn't it? It's not an artifact of the lighting? Either way, I really enjoy this one! I Googled Talos, but didn't make any obvious connection. Is there a story behind the name?

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- Eric 
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#5

Trotter Handcrafts
Bellingham, Washington USA
(07-16-2021, 11:23 AM)MaineYooper Wrote: I really like the wisps that you see in the darker part of the handle. That is really there, isn't it? It's not an artifact of the lighting? Either way, I really enjoy this one! I Googled Talos, but didn't make any obvious connection. Is there a story behind the name?

Hi Eric,

Yes, the black handle has some very dark swirling that gives it a neat depth. I only used black dye on the lower part.... and a lot of it!

Talos:

https://www.greekmythology.com/Myths/Cre...talos.html

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#6

Trotter Handcrafts
Bellingham, Washington USA
Just finished this Black Locust wood handle and added it to the Etsy Shop:

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#7

Just Here for the Shaves
Williamsburg, KY
Nice and the logo looks better with the white writing and red background. Very nice !

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#8
Both look great! First one reminds me of strawberries and cream ice cream for some reason. The shine and color of the habanero sure is unique!

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Trotter Handcrafts
Bellingham, Washington USA
(07-31-2021, 12:49 AM)AQU Wrote: Both look great! First one reminds me of strawberries and cream ice cream for some reason. The shine and color of the habanero sure is unique!


Thanks Tony.

Habanero has an intense color for sure. I was really surprised how it polished up too.

Alpenglow is named after the winter setting sun on the snow capped mountains in Alaska (where I grew up).

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#10

Trotter Handcrafts
Bellingham, Washington USA
“Neon Creamsicle” was just added to the Etsy Shop!

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